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Australia pauses AstraZeneca vaccine for people under 60

June 18, 2021
Medical Communications AstraZeneca, Australia, COVID-19, Vaccine

Australia will now only recommend that people over 60 receive the AstraZeneca vaccine due to the rare occurrence of post-jab …

Australian study sees 70% HPV reduction in gay and bisexual men

May 26, 2021
Research and Development Australia, HPV, Vaccine

A school-based human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination study programme, led by Monash University and Alfred Health, found a 70% reduction in …

Australian PM calls for domestic mRNA vaccine production

May 21, 2021
Medical Communications Australia, Moderna, Vaccine, mrna

Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, has invited proposals from pharmaceutical firms to establish domestic manufacturing of mRNA vaccines, to strengthen …


Australia secures a further 50m COVID-19 vaccine doses from Novavax and Pfizer/BioNTech

November 5, 2020
Manufacturing and Production Australia, COVID-19, Vaccine

Two more COVID-19 vaccine distribution deals have been signed by the Australian Government, reserving a further 50 million doses to …


Australia signs first COVID-19 vaccine deal for 25 million doses of AstraZeneca/Oxford University candidate

August 19, 2020
Research and Development AstraZeneca, Australia, COVID-19, pharma

Australia has signed its first deal to secure doses of a potential COVID-19 vaccine for its citizens, inking a partnership …


Australian Taskforce recommends Gilead’s remdesivir for routine use in the country’s COVID-19 patients

June 5, 2020
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing Australia, COVID-19, Gilead, coronavirus, remdesivir

Australia could be set to follow the decisions of other nations around the world in officially licensing Gilead’s antiviral therapy …


Australia calls for investigation into China’s coronavirus response

April 29, 2020
Research and Development Australia, COVID-19, China, coronavirus

Scott Morrison, the Australian Prime Minister, has called for an investigation into the origins of the COVID-19 coronavirus, as Australia …

Sea snail chemical could be used as preventative treatment for bowel cancer, study shows

August 28, 2019
Research and Development Australia, Cancer, bowel cancer, pharma, research

A chemical produced by Australian sea snails is showing promise as a potential treatment for cancer, according to researchers from …


New diagnostic test can detect any cancer type in minutes with 90% accuracy

December 5, 2018
Research and Development Australia, Cancer, pharma

Researchers at the University of Queensland have a test which can rapidly detect the presence of cancer in a patient’s …


HIV on the rise among straight men in Australia

September 24, 2018
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing AIDS, Aboriginal, Australia, HIV, Kirby Institute

The number of new HIV diagnoses is on the rise among heterosexual men in Australia, according to a new report …

University of Adelaide is fighting antibiotic-resistant superbugs by starving them of iron

March 6, 2018
Manufacturing and Production, Research and Development Adelaide, Australia, Superbugs, antibiotic resistance, pharma

A team of researchers from Australia’s University of Adelaide have developed a new method to fighting antibiotic-resistant bacteria by starving …


A patent analytics study of the Australian pharmaceutical industry

March 24, 2017
Medical Communications Australia, patent, pharmaceutical

This report provides an analysis of the Australian pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry through the lens of patents. By using the …


Australian pharmaceutical market to grow to be worth $25 billion by 2020

September 26, 2016
Business Services, Sales and Marketing Australia, Australian Government

The Australian market, in 2016, is currently worth over $22.85 billion and is predicted to reach $25.2 billion by 2020, …


Pharma company vows to plough profits back into R&D

November 30, 2015
Sales and Marketing Australia, R&D, breast cancer, profits, sales, social enterprise

An Australian pharma company has adopted a social enterprise model in order to be able to donate 100% of its …

Synergy Vision expands global presence to meet demand in the Asia-Pacific region

October 20, 2015
Medical Communications Asia-Pacific, Australia, Sydney, Synergy Vision, asia pacific, medical communcations

UK-based Synergy Vision opens a new office in Sydney, Australia, to meet the demands of their clients across the Asia-Pacific …

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