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GSK in China - escaping the shadow of a scandal

By Adam Jourdan and Ben Hirschler

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – GlaxoSmithKline Plc <GSK.L> has cut 40 percent of its sales reps in China and axed some units as it eyes a return to growth in 2016, after sales plunged during a bribery scandal that landed it with a record $490 million fine in 2014. 785 more words


GlaxoSmithKline: Two drug injectable regimen for HIV therapy study shows positive result

ViiV Healthcare, a global specialist HIV company with GSK (GlaxoSmithKline), Pfizer Inc. and Shionogi Limited as shareholders, announced on Tuesday that the Phase IIb study LATTE 2 (NCT02120352) met its primary endpoint at 32 weeks. 263 more words


GlaxoSmithKline exercises option for BioMedica's LentiVector non-exclusive patents

Oxford BioMedica plc, a gene and cell therapy group, has announced that GlaxoSmithKline PLC (GSK) has exercised an option to obtain a non-exclusive licence for two rare orphan disease indications under Oxford BioMedica’s LentiVector platform technology patents. 86 more words


Big Pharma Caught Manipulating Antidepressant Drug Trials Putting Teenagers in Grave Danger


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Activist Post

Interrupt Your Regularly Scheduled Program

October 23, 2015

By Kristen Anderson

The FDA requires each new drug to undergo rigorous testing and stand up to scientific scrutiny, a process that is designed to protect consumers by thoroughly examining the effects of new medications before they are available to the public. 236 more words

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Scientific American: Many Antidepressant Studies Found Tainted by Pharma Company Influence

After many lawsuits and a 2012 U.S. Department of Justice settlement, last month an independent review found that antidepressant drug Paxil (paroxetine) is not safe for teenagers. 140 more words

Global Health Issues

UK Government Admits Flu Vaccine, Pandemrix Causes Brain Damage: awards compensation to 60 families

(NaturalNews) As advocates for mandatory vaccination spread propaganda across the United States, the British government is dealing with the fallout of a faulty swine flu vaccine that has caused numerous cases of brain damage in children… 680 more words


Suppression of epigenetic brain proteins induces autism-like syndrome

Original post from Medical News Today


Regulation of a family of brain proteins known as bromodomain and extra-terminal domain containing transcription regulators (BETs) plays a key role in normal cognition and behavior, according to a study conducted at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and published advanced online on September 21 and in print October 19 in… 497 more words