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WHO | WHO Drug Information

The second issue for 2010 features an overview of WHO Prequalification Programmes in the areas of diagnostics, medicines and vaccines. This follows with a report from the WHO Prequalification of Medicines Programme concerning inspection of finished pharmaceutical product manufacturers.

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Source: www.who.int

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Food and Drug Administration

Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research Cellular, Tissue and Gene Therapies Advisory Committee Meeting, February 5, 2008 FDA Participants Keith Webber, Ph.D. Steven Kozlowski, M.D.

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The drug -- pimavanserin -- appears to...

The drug -- pimavanserin -- appears to significantly relieve these troubling symptoms, according to the results of a phase 3 trial to test its effectiveness. Their study was published in the Nov. 1 online issue of The Lancet and funded by Acadia Pharmaceuticals, the makers of pimavanserin.

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Source: www.medicinenet.com

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Strengthening Drug Safety

Under the law, FDA must make sure that these treatments are safe and that for most people the drugs will not cause harm. "What we need to do is make drugs as safe as possible," says FDA Deputy Commissioner and Chief Medical Officer Janet Woodcock, M.D.

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Source: www.fda.gov

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Popular Type 2 Diabetes Drug Is Safe

WebMD News Archive April 26, 2002 -- Millions of diabetics now take the drug Avandia in an effort to lower their blood sugar. Now a review conducted by Avandia manufacturer Glaxo SmithKline, offers the best evidence yet that the newer drug does not cause liver problems.

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Source: www.webmd.com

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New Drug Fights Osteoporosis and Broken Bones

New research shows the drug strontium ranelate can cut the risk of vertebral fractures by nearly half in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis. Vertebral fractures -- or breaks in the small bones that make up the spine -- are a common and potentially disabling complication of osteoporosis.

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Source: www.webmd.com

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Antimicrobial drug pipelines presented at ECCMID - Medical News Today

European biotechnology companies making presentations included Discuva, Bioversys and Morphochem. Moreover, Melinta's new antibiotic, a fluoroquinolone, is currently in phase III clinical studies, whilst its drug discovery platform includes compounds against the most resistant pathogens.

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Source: www.medicalnewstoday.com

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Drug Treatments for Bed-Wetting

The two drugs approved by the FDA specifically for bed-wetting are DDAVP and Tofranil. Other medications that are sometimes used to treat bed-wetting include Ditropan and Levsin.

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FDA approves new antibacterial drug Avycaz

Avycaz is a fixed-combination drug containing ceftazidime, a previously approved cephalosporin antibacterial drug, and avibactam, a new beta-lactamase inhibitor. As part of its QIDP designation, Avycaz was given priority review, which provides an expedited review of the drugs application.

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Drug Abuse and Dependence-Treatment

Medicines often are used for addiction to opiate drugs like heroin or certain painkillers. Medicines that can help you include methadone (such as Dolophine) or Naltrexone (such as ReVia).

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Source: www.webmd.com

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Experimental Drug Shrinks Breast Tumors

So she then tested the new compound [GSI] which is known to block the Notch pathway in mice that grew human tumors. The number of cancer stem cells that would otherwise have remained dropped.

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No Osteoporosis Drug Proven Best

That is the finding from a new report funded by the U.S. government's Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ). They noted that there was not enough data to determine if the bisphosphonates were better for preventing fractures than hormone-based treatments.

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Source: www.webmd.com