Drug Patent Expirations for Mar 22 2013

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Drug Patent Expirations for March 22 2013

TradenameApplicantGeneric Name Patent
Expiration
RYBIX
ODT
Shionogi Inctramadol hydrochlorideMar 22, 2013

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This is a guest post from Susan K Finston, President of Finston Consulting. Do you have a response to Susan’s post? Respond in the comments section below. Even if you have never heard of Thomas Kuhn, your thinking about science has most likely been effected by his theory of what causes paradigm shifts. Over 50 years […]


Will the UK be the Goose that Lays The Golden Access?

This guest post is from the BiotechBlog Intern,  Fintan Burke. Fintan is a student at the School of Biotechnology at Dublin City University. Do you have a response to Fintan’s post? Respond in the comments section below. This month sees the introduction of the UK’s Open Access policy as recommended by the government-commissioned Finch Report into […]


Drug Patent Expirations for Mar 12 2013

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Drug Patent Expirations for March 12 2013

TradenameApplicantGeneric Name Patent
Expiration
ABRAXANEAbraxis BiosciencepaclitaxelMar 12, 2013
COMBIVENT RESPIMATBoehringer Ingelheimalbuterol sulfate; ipratropium
bromide
Mar 12,
2013

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New Journal of Commercial Biotechnology issue

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Should the HHS Decision to Overrule FDA on Plan B Be Reversed

On December 7, 2011, Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius overruled a decision of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on the over-the-counter (OTC) status of emergency contraception.

What will be the repercussions of Secretary Sebelius’s action? Why is the act itself of far greater long-term significance than the transitory regulatory action it impacts?

By reversing an FDA decision, the Secretary has set a dangerous precedent for all-comers to lobby Congress, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the White House on any and all FDA decisions—directly inserting politics into what must be a scientifically driven process.

Full details at the Journal of Commercial Biotechnology


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