May 2013

January’s Pan-Provincial Deal Means Price Cuts for Popular Generics

One of the current challenges in the pharmaceutical industry is the role of generic drugs. This January, several provinces and territories have joined together to put their combined weight to…
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Influencing the Future of the Pharmaceutical Industry: BIO and Assises nationales sur la recherche et l’innovation

This week, we’ll look at two big conferences that may be affecting the future policy for everything from pharmaceutical research and development funding to drug sales regulations. BIO, a large,…
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Pharmacies and “Expanded Services”

According to the 2011 study by the CACDS (Canadian Association of Chain Drug Stores), 42% of pharmacies in Canada offer “expanded services”. Broadly speaking, this means that pharmacies within the…
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A Future for Clinical Trials in Canada

Over the past few years, the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) has looked into ways to increase clinical research in Canada and help bring new medical solutions to patients…
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What You Need To Know About Food Safety and Local Food Laws

We’ve talked a lot about issues of interest to people in the pharmaceutical industry, but at AAPS, a commitment to quality control and consumer safety doesn’t stop with drugs and…
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