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Judge rules pharma has ‘ethical’ transparency obligation – reaction

July 29, 2015
Research and Development Ben Goldacre, Richmond Pharmacology, alltrials, clinical trials, health research authority, hra, sense about science, transparency

Both sides of a bitterly contested legal battle over a major part of the industry’s transparency drive have reacted to …

It’s time the industry spoke out about legal challenge to clinical trial transparency

July 16, 2015
Research and Development Richmond Pharmacology, alltrials, clinical trials, health research authority, hra, judicial review, legal challenge, sense about science, transparency

The judicial review brought by Richmond Pharmacology against the Health Research Authority – erroneous, a waste of public money and …

Industry awaits outcome of transparency legal challenge

July 16, 2015
Research and Development Richmond Pharmacology, alltrials, clinical trials, health research authority, hra, judicial review, legal challenge, sense about science, transparency

A judge will today hear arguments from the Health Research Authority and campaigners who are contesting a judicial review of …

Pharma firm seeks judicial review against transparency

May 21, 2015
Medical Communications, Research and Development, Sales and Marketing Richmond Pharmacology, hra, transparency

The battle for greater transparency in the pharma industry is to take another twist after a company lodged a legal …

World Health Organisation calls for full trial transparency

April 14, 2015
Research and Development, Sales and Marketing Ben Goldacre, EU, WHO, World Health Organisation, alltrials, clinical trials, sense about science, transparency

The World Health Organization has thrown its weight behind clinical trial transparency in a new statement on its position. WHO …

WHO: New measures needed to reduce high drug costs

March 26, 2015
Research and Development, Sales and Marketing Europe, WHO, pricing, transparency, world health organization

New approaches to drug pricing and reimbursement are needed to make sure pharma provides access to new medicines, according to …

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Pharma’s reputation ‘is worsening among patients’

February 10, 2015
Medical Communications, Research and Development, Sales and Marketing HIV, ViiV Healthcare, patientview, pharma, reputation, transparency

Only around four in ten patients believe pharma has a good reputation and many companies are failing to win patient …

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Government spending on Tamfilu is justified

January 30, 2015
Research and Development, Sales and Marketing BMJ, Lancet, Roche, Tamiflu, alltrials, oseltamivir, transparency

The most thorough analysis of Roche’s Tamiflu to date suggests that the controversial treatment can shorten the duration of flu …

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EMA launches consultation on clinical trials

January 22, 2015
Research and Development, Sales and Marketing EFPIA, EMA, EU, Europe, Goldacre, alltrials, transparency

The European Medicines Agency has invited pharma to comment on its proposals to ramp up transparency in the industry and …

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Sharing trial data should be ‘expected norm’ says US think-tank

January 15, 2015
Medical Communications, Research and Development, Sales and Marketing FDA, Goldacre, Institute of Medicine, clinical trials, transparency

Clinical trial data is in the public interest and should be shared no less than 30 days following regulatory approval …

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Medical publishing: can we rely on it?

January 5, 2015
Manufacturing and Production, Medical Communications, Research and Development, Sales and Marketing Les Rose, csr, journals, medical publishing, peer, publishing, transparency

The explosive proliferation of journals suggests that medical publishing is an attractive business. But it’s not without its critics, as …

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The valuable world of Real World Evidence

December 8, 2014
Manufacturing and Production, Medical Communications, Research and Development, Sales and Marketing clinical trials, data, martin goldman, real world evidence, transparency

What do you believe? Are you a doubting Thomas, always wanting to have the pragmatic proof personally presented to you, …

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