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Category list : European Union

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  • Communication is key Subscription

    21 AUG 2009 11:22

    Pharmacists who have trained outside the European Economic Area and who wish to practise in Britain have their English language skills assessed as part of their application to join the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s Register.

  • High-power view of nodular mantle cell lymphoma

    Rare blood cancer treatments recommended for approval by the EMA

    31 JUL 2014 13:17 By Elizabeth Sukkar

    The European Medicines Agency has approved two new medicines, ibrutinib (Janssen-Cilag’s Imbruvica) and idelalisib (Gilead Science’s Zydelig), for adult patients with rare blood cancers.

  • European Commission headquarters with EU flags

    ‘Hard Brexit’ could delay access to new drugs, think tank warns

    3 NOV 2016 10:30

    A ‘hard Brexit’ could threaten the success of the UK life sciences industry and restrict access to new medicines, a think tank has warned.

  • “Hot-synch” your brain with the latest evidence

    6 MAY 2011 10:32

    Throw away your backlog of unread journal articles! It is surprising advice to be given at a seminar on evidence-based medicine, but this is what Jonathan Underhill, head of evidence-based therapeutics at the National Prescribing Centre, thinks pharmacists should do.

  • Liz Hoctor

    “People may die” warning in Irish pharmacy dispute

    10 AUG 2009 13:07

    Patients in tears, allegations of intimidation and a warning that people may die — these are the latest features of a dispute between pharmacists and health minister for the Irish Republic, Mary Harney, in what has become one of the state’s ugliest confrontations involving the pharmacy profession.

  • european-medicines-agency-building Canary Wharf

    19 European cities bid to host the EMA after Brexit

    1 AUG 2017 14:44

    Some 19 European cities have officially submitted bids to become the new home of the European Medicines Agency post-Brexit.

  • AAH (Wholesaler updates, March 2008)

    15 MAR 2008 11:44

    Celesio profits riseAAH Pharmaceuticals’ parent company Celesio has achieved a 3.6 per cent increase in revenue — from €21.6bn in 2006 to €22.3bn in 2007 — despite difficult competitive conditions in the wholesale sector, it was announced in March 2008.

  • ABPI logo

    ABPI backs community pharmacy's absence from Brexit stockpiling

    3 SEP 2018 15:48 By Kathy Oxtoby

    The head of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry has backed a decision not to involve community pharmacy in Brexit stockpiling of drugs.

  • Absolute risk of atypical fracture with bisphosphonates is low, data suggest

    9 MAY 2011 15:37

    Bisphosphonates are associated with a small absolute risk of atypical fracture, according to findings from a large, population-based study funded by the Swedish Research Council.

  • Acipimox not suitable first line for high triglycerides

    8 JAN 2014 13:36

    Acipimox should only be used to reduce high triglyceride levels when other measures are not effective, EU medicines regulators have decided after reviewing available data.

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