World Briefs

August 2008
Pharmaceutical Technology;Aug2008, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p22
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The article offers world news briefs related to pharmaceutical industry. In Asia and Pacific, NovaMed Pharmaceuticals (Shanghai) and Pfizer China has formed a partnership in the oncology area in distributing oncology products throughout mainland China. In Europe, an agreement is made between DSM Biologics in Heerlen, Netherlands and Crucell in Leiden, Netherlands with contract manufacturer Avid Bioservices for the licensing of the PER.C6 located in the U.S.


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