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(Taiwan) FDA orders recall of 23 varieties of stomach medicine


(Taipei Times)

12 April, 2015
Thirteen pharmaceutical companies in Taiwan have been ordered to recall products and are facing fines for using food-grade ingredients instead of pharmaceutical-grade ingredients in stomach medicines, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said yesterday.
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(Taiwan) More pharmaceutical firms found to use magnesium carbonate in medicine: FDA


(Taipei Times)

3 April, 2015
The food and medicine scare involving magnesium carbonate intended for industrial use continued to snowball yesterday as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found that two pharmaceutical companies which passed the government’s new manufacturing standards allegedly used the substance in the manufacture of stomach medicine.
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(Taiwan) World's first blood test for Alzheimer's


(China Post, Taiwan)

3 April, 2015
National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) Institute of Electro-optical Science and Technology researchers and National Taiwan University Hospital's (NTUH) Neurology Department announced the creation of the world's first blood test for Alzheimer's disease yesterday at an academic symposium.
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(Taiwan) Ergomed opens first Asia office


(Insidermedia.com)

24 March, 2015
Guildford, UK-headquartered drug development services company Ergomed has opened its first office in Asia. The company said the new Taiwan base strengthens its clinical research and consultancy presence in the continent, and is a "key element" of the company's growth plan set out at the initial public offering (IPO).
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(Taiwan) TaiGen and Cellex to collaborate on Burixafor study


(China Post, Taiwan)

19 March, 2015
Taiwan's TaiGen Biotechnology Company and German firm Cellex GmbH announced a collaborative agreement in clinical trial usage of Burixafor, yesterday. The Carl Gustav Carus University Hospital will also participate in the study titled “Burixafor in allogeneic poor mobilizers,” which looks at the effect of a single dose of Burixafor. The test, a Phase 2 open label study, will target up to 37 healthy patients with poor stem cell mobilization.
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(Taiwan) TWi Pharmaceuticals becomes first from Taiwan to sell generics in the US under own label


(BiotechEast staff)

17 March, 2015
TWi Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (4180.TW) announced yesterday that its US subsidiary, TWi Pharmaceuticals USA, had shipped the first generic product under its own label on March 16, 2015, making it the first Taiwanese pharmaceutical company to directly sell generic pharmaceutical products under its own label in the US.




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(Taiwan) Taiwanese funds invest in genetic medicine initiative


(WantChinaTimes.com)

15 February, 2015
Taiwan's venture capital companies are eyeing investing in genetic testing to diagnose diseases, reports our Chinese-language sister paper Commercial Times.
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(Taiwan) ASLAN Pharmaceuticals appoints Dr Bertil Lindmark as Chief Scientific Officer


(BiotechEast staff)

28 January, 2015
ASLAN Pharmaceuticals Pte Ltd, an oncology-focused biotechnology company, announced last week the appointment of Dr Bertil Lindmark as Chief Scientific Officer.




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(Taiwan) GNT receives EU food additive certification for its gold flake product


(BiotechEast staff)

29 January, 2015
Taipei, Taiwan-headquartered biotech-nanotech product development company Gold Nanotech Inc. (GNT) announced this week that it had received notification of compliance to the European Union's food additive regulation E175 for its edible gold flake product




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(Taiwan) Chang Gung bone bank helps save medical expenses: physician


(Focus Taiwan)

21 December, 2014
Chang Gung Memorial Hospital is proud of its achievements in running a bone bank, including helping save Taiwan NT$6 billion (US$190 million) in medical expenditures since it was set up in 1984.
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