There is a large variation in the amount of legally required information pharmaceutical companies supply in clinical drug research. That is the conclusion of research conducted by the New York University Langone Medical Center, written in BMJ Open. Continue reading
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Since its launch, the 3D printer has become increasingly popular. Among others, the medical sector has found many applications for the device, like the production of prostheses, models for surgery practice and cartilage implants. Now pharmacy has its first FDA-approved 3D printed drug developed by Aprecia Pharmaceuticals Company. Continue reading
More than a quarter of the drugs approved by the FDA after 1992, received the black box warning or were withdrawn, which is 5 percent more than is the case with drugs approved before 1992. This is concluded by researches of several institutions, including Cambridge, Harvard en Boston in a publication in Health Affairs. Continue reading