Astellas remains in the industry doghouse in the U.K. for bad behavior

first_img By Ed Silverman June 23, 2017 Reprints Astellas remains in the industry doghouse in the U.K. for bad behavior What’s included? Kristoffer Tripplaar/Sipa USA/AP GET STARTED Log In | Learn More Pharmalot Columnist, Senior Writer Ed covers the pharmaceutical industry. What is it? Ed Silverman STAT+ is STAT’s premium subscription service for in-depth biotech, pharma, policy, and life science coverage and analysis. Our award-winning team covers news on Wall Street, policy developments in Washington, early science breakthroughs and clinical trial results, and health care disruption in Silicon Valley and beyond.center_img @Pharmalot Daily reporting and analysis The most comprehensive industry coverage from a powerhouse team of reporters Subscriber-only newsletters Daily newsletters to brief you on the most important industry news of the day STAT+ Conversations Weekly opportunities to engage with our reporters and leading industry experts in live video conversations Exclusive industry events Premium access to subscriber-only networking events around the country The best reporters in the industry The most trusted and well-connected newsroom in the health care industry And much more Exclusive interviews with industry leaders, profiles, and premium tools, like our CRISPR Trackr. About the Author Reprints In a highly unusual move, the pharmaceutical industry trade group in the United Kingdom has extended a suspension given Astellas last year for another 12-month period, after finding the drug maker engaged in yet another round of egregious behavior.The latest infractions demonstrated “wholly inadequate oversight and control” at its U.K. and European operations and a “lamentable lack of concern for patient safety,” according a stern statement issued by the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry. Unlock this article by subscribing to STAT+ and enjoy your first 30 days free! GET STARTED [email protected] Pharmalot Tags pharmaceuticalsSTAT+last_img read more

Service Club Donates Refrigerators to Immunization Programme

first_imgRelatedService Club Donates Refrigerators to Immunization Programme FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail The Ministry of Health’s efforts to provide immunisation services to children in every nook and cranny of the island, has been strengthened with the handing over of two refrigerators by the Kiwanis Club of Constant Spring. The appliances, valued at $100,000, will be placed at the York Town Health Centre in Clarendon and the Bethel Town Health Centre in Westmoreland. Portfolio Minister, Hon. Dr. Fenton Ferguson, who addressed the brief handing over ceremony held this on August 15 at his downtown Kingston offices, said that the refrigerators will assist in maintaining the country’s stellar immunisation programme. “Jamaica has been acknowledged among the most successful countries in Latin America and the Caribbean region by the Pan American Health Organisation (PAHO). Our programme is cited as a model for other nations,” he said. Through the immunisation programme, the Minister said, Jamaica has been able to eliminate a number of vaccine-preventable diseases and reduce infant and child mortality. He informed that last year, the country achieved 100 per cent coverage for tuberculosis (BCG), 92 per cent for polio, diphtheria, pertussis or whooping cough and tetanus (DPT), hepatitis B and haemophilus influenxa type B (HIB), and 88 per cent coverage for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR). The Health Minister noted that the country’s successful immunisation programme is grounded in the creation of a primary health care system, which focuses on prevention services. He thanked the Kiwanis Club of Constant Spring for its donation, stating that “this administration is keen on public/private partnerships as a way to further develop the health sector and acquire the resources needed to assist with the health of our population.” President of the club, Andrew Wong, said the donation, which will assist in improving service delivery, represents the members’ contribution to the country’s ‘Jamaica 50’ celebrations. He said that the club has a record of assisting the social sector particularly in education, and will “continue to serve the children of our homeland and the wider communities at large.” The Kiwanis Club of Constant Spring was established in June 2000. RelatedService Club Donates Refrigerators to Immunization Programme Service Club Donates Refrigerators to Immunization Programme Health & WellnessAugust 16, 2012center_img RelatedService Club Donates Refrigerators to Immunization Programme Advertisementslast_img read more

Subsea Support Vessel Normand Flower to Undergo Modifications

first_imgOceaneering International, Inc. has entered into a three-year charter for use of the Normand Flower, a multi-service subsea support vessel owned by Solstad Offshore ASA. The charter term is expected to commence during the fourth quarter of 2013 upon arrival of the vessel for work in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM). Prior to commencement of the charter, the Normand Flower will undergo modifications to enhance its project capabilities, including reconfiguration to accommodate two Oceaneering, high-specification, work class ROVs.The vessel will also be equipped with a satellite communications system capable of transmitting streaming video for real-time work observation by shore personnel.The Normand Flower has an overall length of approximately 305 feet (93 meters), a Class 2 dynamic positioning system, accommodations for 85 personnel, a helideck, a 150-ton active heave compensated crane, and a working moonpool.The vessel will be used to augment Oceaneering’s ability to provide subsea intervention services in the ultra-deep waters of the GOM and other international markets, depending on demand. These services include performing inspection, maintenance, and repair (IMR) projects and hardware installations. IMR projects are expected to include chemical well stimulation and hydrate remediation. Hardware installations are expected to include umbilicals, subsea trees, flowline jumpers, flying leads, and manifolds.[mappress]Press Release, June 21, 2013last_img read more

Mike Jeffcoat Interview | April 3

first_imgPrint Friendly Version [email protected] breaks down our weekend against Shorter and we look forward to Montevallo tonight and Union on the road #GoArgoslast_img

James Lay’s short-term loan an important one – Lam

first_img Gaston Cortes is ruled out with a calf injury (JMP UK). The tighthead prop arrives from Bay of Plenty, just days after it was announced that his brother, Jordan, had agreed terms to sign for Bristol Rugby ahead of the 2018/19 season. And the head coach says Lay is the perfect fit.“We’re still having issues in the front row,” he said. “Gaston’s calf has been playing up for a few weeks now and there’s still uncertainty as to when his return date is.“Alex Giltrow has had concussion, so this last week we’ve been one injury away from a crisis, in the sense that we had only Sione Faletau and Ollie Dawe. So, I’ve moved quickly to cover that. James Lay has arrived on a two-month loan deal.center_img “James Lay is an international prop from New Zealand, who plays for Samoa. He’s got four caps, played in the Autumn internationals and joins us short-term from Bay of Plenty.“People might think I’m saying the wrong name, but it’s not Jordan Lay, who we’ve signed for next season, it’s his brother, James. He plays on the tighthead side and can cover loosehead.”“We’re getting a quality player in, and someone that Chris Vui, Jack Lam and Tusi Pisi know really well from the Samoan team.“He’ll fit in nicely, because similar to his brother Jordan, he’s got an unbelievable attitude and their careers are really on the up. So, for him to come in here and help us through this period was really important, particularly with the uncertainty around Gaston.”last_img read more

Bears boosted by Piutau injury news

first_imgIt was initially feared that the full back – who sustained a shoulder injury in the pre-season defeat to Connacht – could have been ruled out for 4-6 months.However, following a surgical consult on Saturday, it was confirmed that Piutau would not require surgery.The All Black will work with Rory Murray and the club’s medical team throughout the rehabilitation process to return to full fitness.Head coach Pat Lam said: “We had some really positive news regarding Charles’ shoulder following the surgical consult and it’s great that he won’t be sidelined for too long.“We don’t want to lose somebody of Charles’ ability for any amount of time, but that’s the nature of the sport and it really underlines the importance of having depth and quality in every position.“Charles is a hugely positive person and he’s raring to go with his recovery. He’s desperate to play for Bristol Bears and contribute to the team. He will play a big part for the club this season and will be in the mix, battling for a place in the side, in the not too distant future.”last_img read more

Now officially: Georgi Todorov is the new head coach of Levski

first_imgGeorgi Todorov is the new head coach of Levski, the website of the “blues” has officially announced.The team of the experienced specialist includes Dimitar Telkiyski, Todor Simov and the goalkeeping coach Georgi Stoyanov. Todorov led the “blues” for the first training session after the loss to Lokomotiv (Plovdiv) in the first semifinal of the Bulgarian Cup.Levski’s management also admitted that it is in talks to terminate the contracts of Petar Hubchev and his assistants. Georgi Todorov throws a youngster against Arda, the goal scorer of Levski outNigel Roberta is injuredlast_img read more

Ireland’s Jonathan Corrigan and Loughnavatta Indigo (ISH) win $36,600 Welcome Stake CSI2* at Traverse City Spring Horse Show

first_imgHome  »  General  »  Ireland’s Jonathan Corrigan and Loughnavatta Indigo (ISH) win $36,600 Welcome Stake CSI2* at Traverse City Spring Horse Show The excitement was palpable in Traverse City, Michigan in the USA as equestrian competition returned to the ring for the Traverse City Spring Horse Show.Friday afternoon’s first international class of the week, the $36,600 Welcome Stake CSI2*, saw Jonathan Corrigan (IRL) and Debra Wycoff’s Irish Sport Horse Loughnavatta Indigo take a superb victory.Jonathan Corrigan (IRL) and Loughnavatta Indigo won the $36,600 Welcome Stake CSI2*. Photo: Andrew Ryback Photography Last to go in the jump-off, Corrigan and Loughnavatta Indigo crossed the line clear in 38.50 seconds to take the top prize. Speaking about his horse Corrigan said:“Loughnavatta Indigo is an 11-year-old Irish Sporthorse, the Wycoff family owns him for me. We have jumped some 4* and 5* classes before and this is our first show back in a long time, just like everybody else.”On his jump-off strategy:“I was kind of thinking of jumping a slow clear, but I watched Samuel [Parot] go. He was quick, but I thought there were one or two areas where I could be quicker without having to run. Since I was last to go, I figured I might as well take a chance.”On his first trip to Traverse City Horse Shows:“It’s been pretty good so far, considering we just won! I have a good feeling about it. There is a sense of quietness about it, and there is a lot of room and countryside, so it’s very nice and relaxing. The footing is amazing and all the horses jump great on it. I’ll be here for next week, too.” 20 June 2020, 08:25 Ireland’s Jonathan Corrigan and Loughnavatta Indigo (ISH) win $36,600 Welcome Stake CSI2* at Traverse City Spring Horse Show Tags:last_img read more

Cricket: Jimmy Neesham’s childhood coach passed away during Super Over in the World Cup…

first_imgImage Courtesy: Wah CricketAdvertisement kz2kNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs3k7tWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Edxj( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 4iWould you ever consider trying this?😱c5289xCan your students do this? 🌚33Roller skating! Powered by Firework Apart from the heartbreak which Neesham had to endure during the World Cup final which the Kiwis lost by the thinnest of margins, the all-rounder’s childhood coach reportedly passed away during the all-rounder’s super over heroics which brought the Blackcaps close.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Wah CricketDavid James Gordon, who also coached Lockie Ferguson during his time as a coach at the Auckland Grammar School passed away after Neesham hit a six off archer which swayed the game towards their favour.Leonie, Gordon’s daughter claimed that he stopped breathing once Neesham hit Archer over square leg. Leonie also added that the nurse mentioned about his change in the breathing during the tense super over. She added:Advertisement “You know, I think Jimmy Neesham had just hit that six and he took his last breath,” she told Stuff.co.nz. “He has a quirky sense of humour and he was a real character and he would have loved the fact that he did that.”“It was lovely, you know, he’s kept in touch with Jimmy and he is friends with Jimmy’s father. He always had a soft spot for Jimmy Neesham, he was very proud of him. He would definitely be following his career.”Advertisement Jimmy Neesham also posted a tweet for his childhood coach where he thanked his beloved coach. Check out the tweet below:Read Also:Former Pakistani cricketer Abdul Razzaq makes a statement on having extramarital affairsBreaking News: Trevor Bayliss appointed as HEAD COACH of Sunrisers Hyderabad  Advertisementlast_img read more

Warrant for Renee Lester

first_imgPolice are appealing for public assistance to help locate Renee Lester. A warrant has been issued for the 40-year-old’s arrest…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img