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> France's NicOx has posted positive data from a late-stage study of naproxcinod for osteoarthritis. Release

> Genzyme is plunking down $56 million to buy the diagnostics arm of Canada's Diagnostic Chemicals. Report

> Infinity Pharmaceuticals has regained from MedImmune all development and worldwide commercialization rights for Infinity's Hedgehog cell-signaling pathway inhibitor program, including its lead candidate IPI-926. Release

> Crucell subsidiary Berna Biotech has sold all the 2.9 million shares it owned in Switzerland's Pevion Biotech to other shareholders of Pevion. Release

> Cambria Biosciences has been awarded five grants from multiple organizations totaling $5 million. Release

> A new study may throw a big wet blanket over the market for ADHD drugs. According to the BBC, which obtained data from an unfinished, long-term study, meds aren't an effective way to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Report

> Free pens and notepads and magnets emblazoned with drug logos--what would a hospital be without them? It appears Pittsburgh is about to find out. Report

> Maybe drug-coated stents aren't so bad after all. Report

> The Vioxx saga may seem to be drawing to a close, but the chatter about it has just begun. Report

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