Many of the medications today have orphan drug designations. If you want to know what orphan drug is, please go to the glossary! Topics include approval of new medical device, initiation of clinical trials, and orphan drug designation approvals. In addition, several agreement/licensing and acquisition have been completed. Several other news are also included such as noncomfirmity of NOV002 and the launch of a new web-based forum for Parkinson's Disease.
Last but not least the consumer health bits about medication compliance.
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Hello and Welcome Back! The topic for today includes results and initiations of several clinical trials in the US as well as Europe. There will be topics about several licensing/agreements that have been signed over the last few days as well. The generic version of Aridimex is approved! (Teva)
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I've been compiling sites that can be useful if you would like to look up information about specific medications or regulations in several countries. By no means the list is inclusive, but I still hope you find them useful.
Package Insert of Medications that have been approved for used in the US:
Lists of clinical trials (US and Other Countries) that have registered. It is the product of the collaboration of the US National Institutes of Health, through its National Library of Medicine (MLN) and the FDA:
Trial Identification Number/Code: NCT
www.sedar.com : System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval (started on Jan 1, 1997): contains electronic filing related to the Canadian securities regulatory authorities. t is a subsidiary of the Canadian Depository for Securities Limited. Note: This is not a government agency
European Public Assessment Report (EPAR) (link from EMA): On this page, you will find information about products that have been approved under the decentralized system. Multiple languages are also available,
This website contains information about 3000 medicinal products that are marketed in Japan. The website is written in both English and Japanese. It looks like the Japanese version has more update than the English version. If you speak, read, or write Japanese, feel free to navigate the Japanese Version.