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DCGI Grants Permission For New Eye Drug Trial
Med India

DCGI Grants Permission For New Eye Drug Trial

Biocon and its Israeli partner Quark Pharmaceuticals to proceed with human clinical trials for a new drug candidate, 'QPI-1007' targeting orphan eye disease. Advertisement Orphan eye disease is a condition that affects fewer than 200,000 people nationwide. Med India, 6 days ago

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Gelatin Capsules have technical advantage over HPMC Capsules: PHD Chamber to DCGI

Capital Market June 13, 2016 Last Updated at 13:20 IST The PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry has made a representation to the Drug Controller General of India detailing the benefits of using Gelatine capsules over HPMC capsules in medicines. According to Mr ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
Money Control

Stempeutics gets DCGI nod for stem cell based product

"The Drugs Controller General (India) has granted limited approval for manufacturing marketing of stem cell based biological product Stempeucel for the treatment of Buerger's Disease," Cipla, which has investments in Stempeutics, said in a statement.
 Money Control1 month ago Cipla partner Stempeutics gets DCGI nod for stem cell-based product  Business Standard1 month ago
State Times

Cipla gets approval to sell its version of Truvada in India

First company to get DCGI approval for HIV prevention drug Mumbai, May 23: Drugmaker Cipla has received regulatory approval in India to sell its version of Truvada as a preventive that can be given to healthy people to reduce their risk of getting HIV.
 Business Line1 month ago How can DCGI approved drugs be banned: HC asks govt  State Times2 months ago How can DCGI-approved drugs be banned: HC asks Govt.  The Hindu2 months ago
Money Control

Withdraw Medrol 6 months before expiry: HC to Pfizer

The order came on the company's plea challenging Drugs Controller General of India's (DCGI) September 2015 order rejecting Pfizer's representation to extend the expiry period of its medicine to 61 months and also refusing to allow continued sale of the ...
 Money Control1 month ago

Court to Centre: why the haste in banning 300 FDC drugs

Frowns at Centre’s disregard of DCGI’s approval
 Business Line2 months ago What was the urgency to ban over 300 fixed dose combination drugs: High Court to govt  DNA2 months ago We can ban drugs approved by DCGI: Centre to Delhi High Court  Economic Times2 months ago Government can ban drugs approved by drug regulatory authority: Centre to Delhi HC  Economic Times2 months ago
India Infoline

Sanofi recalls Combiflam batches post DCGI alert

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 India Infoline1 month ago Sanofi recalls batches of Combiflam after regulator alert  Business Standard1 month ago
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NPPA reduces prices of 42 drugs by up to 15% and other top pharma news

Drug firm Hetero has launched a bloslmllar of Bevaclzumab. used In treating metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC), under the brand name CIzumabTM'. The product has been approved by Drug Controller General of India (DCGI) and Is recommended as a first-line ...
 India Infoline2 days ago Hetero launches biosimilar Bevacizumab for cancer  India Infoline3 days ago Hetero launches colorectal cancer drug in India  Business Standard3 days ago

Heres why the Drugs and Cosmetics Amendment Bill was withdrawn

The Union cabinet on Wednesday withdrew the Drugs and Cosmetics (Amendment) Bill, 2013, that was introduced on 29 August 2013 and was to amend the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940. The cabinet took the decision stating that it was not possible to regulate new ...
 catchnews.com6 days ago

Sensex soars 237 points ahead of Brexit poll outcome

  After witnessing lacklustre trades in the past two sessions, markets shot up in today’s trade after Britons commenced voting on a referendum on whether Britain should remain a part of the 28-nation European Union. Meanwhile, strength in the European cues and gain in the Indian rupee aided the rally. Participants will watch out for the Brexit poll outcome in the early morning trades tomorrow. The S&P BSE Sensex gained 237 points to close at 27,002 and the Nifty50 surged 67 ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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