This webinar will showcase a comprehensive approach to understand potential risks to lyophilized drug product quality based on chemical and physical performance testing. The discussion will cover key considerations in the study design for manufacturability and packaging leveraging this analytical approach.
Drugmaker Baxter International Inc. will help fill in vials and package about 60-90 million doses of Moderna Inc.’s Covid-19 vaccine in 2021, the companies said.
A new weapon in the war on coronavirus is on the way. Leading health creative agency The Bloc developed SafeCode, a unique device concept which fuses a barcode scanner with UV-C light technology proven to destroy dangerous viruses and bacteria, and is expected to do the same to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Under pressure to reduce environmental waste from single-use containers, major consumer companies including Procter & Gamble Co., Unilever Plc and The Body Shop are rolling out more products in refillable form.
A British court ruled in favor of Vectura Group and the company’s partner Sandoz over the packaging of a generic version of an inhaler made by bigger rival GlaxoSmithKline.
The FDA proposed new health warnings for cigarette packages and ads due to small size and lack of an image in current warnings.
The U.S. health regulator warned a California-based manufacturer and retailer against advertising its e-cigarette liquids with nicotine in a way that may cause the products to resemble kid-friendly food like juice boxes and cookies.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is asking manufacturers of a common opioid medicine to change the way the drug is packaged, as part of efforts to deter its abuse amid an opioid epidemic in the United States.
Vetter Pharma – a Germany-based contract company specializing in aseptic filling and packaging of drugs into syringes, vials and cartridges – broke ground on its U.S. headquarters in Des Plaines, Illinois.
Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories will pay $5 million to resolve claims that the Indian company sold prescription drugs in the U.S. in packaging not tested for child safety.