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FDA Assists Generic Drugmakers with New GuidancesThe FDA is promoting generic competition and issuing new REMS guidance.
Multistate Generic Lawsuit Expands and Includes ExecutivesA multistate antitrust investigation into generic drug pricing has expanded further.
Ohio’s PDMP Gives Pharmacists Better Patient View
Ohio’s PDMP Gives Pharmacists Better Patient ViewThe PDMP will give pharmacists access to advanced analytics.
Baxter Issues Recall of Nexterone Injection
Baxter Issues Recall of Nexterone InjectionThe affected lots could contain particulate matter.
FDA: Febuxostat Linked with Increased Risk of Cardiac Death
FDA: Febuxostat Linked with Increased Risk of Cardiac DeathCompared to allopurinol, febuxostat has an increased risk of heart-related deaths.
First Drug with an Ingestible Sensor ApprovedAbilify MyCite is the first drug to contain a bit of technology that reports that it has been taken as prescribed.
Pharm Tech Certification Board Finishes Beta Version of Compounded Sterile Prep TestA new test will pave the way for a certification in compounded sterile preparation for pharmacy technicians.
Low-Dose Aspirin May Help Prevent Some Breast CancerLow-dose aspirin may reduce the risk of the HR-positive/HER2-negative subtype of breast cancer.
Compounding Pharmacy’s License SuspendedA compounding pharmacist is accused of a "gross breach of professional duty."
Late Menopause May Link to Reduced Risk of DiabetesA prospective study found a reduced risk of developing diabetes in women the later they entered menopause.