Streamlining proprietary ingredient categories

20 July 2021 - To help make the medicines application process more efficient, the TGA no longer allocates proprietary ingredient ...

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Integration of ethical considerations into HTA reports: an analysis of integration levels using a systematic review

26 April 2021 - The objective was to describe the type and level of ethical integration in published health technology assessment ...

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Biden’s choice and FDA’s loosening standards of evidence

23 March 2021 - The US Food and Drug Administration is widely considered the world’s premier regulator of drugs and devices, ...

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The FDA’s Digital Health Center Of Excellence: why it matters and what it means to you

29 October 2020 - Last month, the US FDA launched the Digital Health Center of Excellence, bolstering the shift toward digital ...

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European Union would apply lower threshold in assessing COVID-19 vaccine

25 October 2020 - The EU’s drug regulator is willing to approve a vaccine even if it were effective in less ...

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The FDA and the importance of trust

30 September 2020 - As SARS-CoV-2 emerged, the global scientific community first studied the virus at the bench, then took what ...

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Biopharma leaders unite to stand with science

8 September 2020 - Nine CEOs sign historic pledge to continue to make the safety and well-being of vaccinated individuals the ...

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FDA head pledges 'we will not cut corners' on coronavirus vaccine

10 August 2020 - The head of the FDA pledged Monday that the U.S. "will not cut corners" in its ...

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Principles for deliberative processes in health technology assessment

4 August 2020 - Deliberative processes are a well-established part of health technology assessment programs in a number of high- and ...

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Pharma execs say FDA will not lower standards for coronavirus vaccine

21 July 2020 - Drug company executives sought to reassure House Democrats that the federal government is not lowering its ...

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Bayer's chloroquine donation to U.S. raises concern about FDA standards in pandemic

16 April 2020 - On March 21, two days after President Donald Trump first touted chloroquine drugs as a “game ...

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NICE publishes updated principles

30 January 2020 - NICE has today, 30 January 2020, published a simple guide to the way we develop our guidance ...

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Two words to help Ned Sharpless revolutionise clinical trials: data standards

13 May 2019 - In the classic 1967 film “The Graduate,” young Benjamin Braddock was given one word of advice ...

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Italy proposes the WHO set international standards for drug pricing transparency

14 February 2019 - As more countries seek to control their health care spending, the Italian government is asking the ...

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Identifying the need for good practices in health technology assessment-summary of the ISPOR HTA Council Working Group Report on Good Practices in HTA

26 January 2019 - The systematic use of evidence to inform healthcare decisions, particularly health technology assessment, has gained increased recognition.  ...

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