PhillyPharma Archive: March, 2013

PhillyPharma on furlough

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PhillyPharma is on furlough this week. We're planning to rejoin the conversation during the week of April 1 (no kidding). Be well. Read more

Analyst Tim Anderson on AstraZeneca: The long, slow crawl out

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AstraZeneca, which had two announcements this week about staff cuts, also tried to spread a little pharmaceutical sunshine with an investor... Read more

Teva doesn't want its drugs used to kill people

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Teva doesn't want its drugs used to kill people It sounds logical enough. Bloomberg News reported that Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd... Read more

AstraZeneca cutting 2,300 more jobs, this time in sales and administrationatives

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Drugmaker AstraZeneca, which announced big job cuts in research and development Monday, said Thursday morning that it was in the process of... Read more

Sounds logical: Bloomberg reports that Teva doesn't want its drugs used to kill people

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It sounds logical enough. Pharmaceutical companies always say they are in the business of helping patients, so it's easy to understand Teva... Read more

Are you my partner or competitor: AmerisourceBergen-Walgreens deal another big change in drug market

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You are my partner. You are my competitor. The way healthcare and medicine is made and delivered has changed quickly in the last few years... Read more

Supreme Court debates whether generic drug companies are exempt from state liability suits based on design flaws

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WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court justices questioned, discussed and debated Tuesday morning about whether a Philadelphia drug company, Mutual... Read more

The Supreme Court and who can sue whom after a bad experience with a drug

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The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Tuesday morning in the case of Mutual Pharmaceuticals v. Bartlett. Besides involving what until... Read more