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Twenty-five drugmakers have agreed to pay the state of Louisiana more than $88 million to settle Medicaid and Medicare fraud charges lodged against them as part of the state’s continuing crusade to recover funds paid out to drug companies improperly. Read More
Kadmon Pharmaceuticals has once again been warned by the FDA for making misleading claims in advertisements, this time for omitting risk information and falsely implying that its hepatitis C drug Ribasphere is a monotherapy. Read More
Illinois-based drugmaker Horizon Pharma has acquired the U.S. rights to AstraZeneca’s Vimovo delayed-release tablets in order to bolster the company’s primary care portfolio. Rights outside the U.S. will be retained by AstraZeneca. Read More
In the wake of record-breaking numbers of drug shortages, particularly generic injectables, the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) is advising drugmakers to establish a drug shortage task force. Read More
The Supreme Court Nov. 13 dealt generic giant Teva a major blow as it denied the company’s request to stay a lower court’s ruling that will allow generic versions of the drugmaker’s blockbuster brand drug Copaxone to hit pharmacy shelves in May. Read More
Drugmakers have 13 months to revamp how they track drugs after the Senate voted Nov. 18 to send to President Barack Obama’s desk a measure that would establish a nationwide track-and-trace requirement for prescription drugs. Read More