Articles by Reflector - Pharmaceutical Executive

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Articles by Reflector

Pharma Bids for European Funding in New Research Program

Aug 1, 2013

The ?70 billion budget is still subject to final agreement on the European Union's overall spending plans for 2014-2020.

Is National Drug Pricing Freedom in Europe Nearing its Expiry Date?

Apr 1, 2013

The European Union's attempt to update its transparency rules sparks new debate.

Who's Really in Charge of European Drug Registration?

Mar 1, 2013

European Commision blocks the authorization of a life-saving liver drug outside of France.

Europe's Trust Gap

Nov 1, 2012

For the second time in recent memory, a top European regulator leaves office abruptly and under a cloud of suspicion.

Patients Wade Into the Pricing Debate

Sep 1, 2012

Europe's fiscal crisis is becoming a new rallying cry for patient groups—but regional unity is still elusive.

Europe Responds to Medical Device 'Crisis'

Jun 1, 2012

A recent medical device controversy in France has pushed European health ministers to agree on a crisis management program for the troubled sector.

Europe: A Pharma Armistice?

Mar 26, 2012

Manufacturers, wholesalers, pharmacists and even parallel importers are uniting under a common blanket, writes Reflector.

The Italian's Job

Mar 1, 2012

After his predecessor and countryman left the EMA in disgrace, Guido Rasi jumps in as executive director—with great challenges ahead.

Industry/Gov't R&D Support: So Far So Good

Feb 1, 2012

The EU's Innovative Medicines Initiative is helping to invigorate new drug development, but there are still many hurdles to tackle before its promise is realized.

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