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Sanofi embarks on doc-training in Morocco to boost diabetes, epilepsy care

The French drugmaker has been operating in the north African country for half a century, but it's revving up its operations there with a €20 million logistics center that will distribute products in-country and to other countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

Illumina reaches into China with diagnostics partnership

Illumina is teaming up with Chinese diagnostic lab Kindstar Global, licensing its TruSight sequencing technology for use in the fast-growing local market.

India's Biological E pentavalent vaccine takes on GSK, J&J

The rise of vaccine manufacturers in emerging markets, particularly India, has helped depress the cost of immunization in recent years. Indian suppliers have rolled out vaccines at significant discounts and Western manufacturers have followed suit, slashing prices in poorer countries.

Covance bets on Singapore with central lab expansion

Covance is counting on Asia for an explosion in drug development, and the company has expanded its core lab capacity by 50% in Singapore to serve the growing market for clinical testing in the region.

Absorption Systems reaches into India with partnership

U.S. preclinical CRO Absorption Systems has signed a deal with Indian consulting firm Synerzys Lifecare, looking to pitch its testing services to the nation's growing generics market.

inVentiv teams with Japanese CRO to tap growing market

InVentiv Health is betting on a big expansion in Japanese R&D, forming a strategic alliance with local CRO Bell Medical Solutions to offer lab services in the country.

Roche CEO says no need to buy out Japanese subsidiary Chugai

When it comes to its investment in Japan's Chugai Pharmaceutical, Roche CEO Severin Schwan says he likes things just the way they are

Life Tech snags Korean reagents outfit amid bidding war

Life Technologies is fielding buyout offers from a competitor and a group of private equity giants, but that hasn't stopped the company from making acquisitions of its own, now snatching up a Korean distributor of reagents and lab instruments.

China drugmaker pulls flu treatment tainted with toxic herbs

China revamped, renamed and promoted its drug regulator recently after a series of embarrassing disclosures last year by Chinese media about toxic capsules and cooking oil used in antibiotics. But no sooner had the new ministerial-level agency made its debut then state TV in China reported a new scandal that affected one of its larger drugmakers.

Indian trial reform on the way, but does it make sense?

India is proceeding with its plan to reform how sponsors and CROs pay compensation to patients, but the draft guidance contains some confusing wording that has troubled the industry.