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> Mylan ($MYL) is expanding its operations in Ireland, which includes plans to add to its R&D work. Release

> Merck Serono is investing €10 million in a new biotech incubator in Israel. Story

> Biota selected AMRI ($AMRI) to help support its NDA for the influenza antiviral CS8958 (laninamivir), a second-gen neuraminidase inhibitor. Release

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> J&J plant fixes behind schedule, hampering brands' return. More

> Another day, another deal for Valeant's Pearson. Story

> Mylan pledges 500 new jobs in Irish expansion. News

> Humira sales leap helps power Abbott earnings. Article

Medical Devices News

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> St. Jude Medical ekes out Q1 sales increase. Story

Drug Delivery News

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> Dutch firm gets Fox Foundation funding for PD tech. Story

> BDSI gets patent for anti-opioid film. News

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Biomarkers News

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And Finally… UC Santa Barbara researchers have discovered "hypervirulent" versions of Salmonella bacteria that are up to 100 times more capable of triggering disease. Release