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EU Roll out begins for Defitelio

02 April 2014 :: EU Roll out begins for Defitelio

Jazz Pharmaceuticals has commenced the EU roll out of it's rare liver disease drug Defitelio, assisted by Pinnaculum in the management and preparation of it's pan-european launch artwork.

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24 January 2014 :: New EU MR and Decentralised licence labelling guidelines published

Latest requirements guidelines from the HMA on EU Labelling for MR and De-Centralised products has been published. Find it here....http://goo.gl/gy5FHW

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11 December 2013 :: Just over 4 months to IPEX 2014 in London

After 30 successful years at Birmingham's NEC, IPEX 2014 comes to London. The international print trade show brings together all elements of the printing industry, and next year is being held at London's Excel centre from 24th - 29th March 2014

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28 November 2013 :: Happy Thanksgiving - US track and trace plans signed into law

The US FDA has started work on a national track and trace system for pharmaceuticals after President Barack Obama signed the Drug Quality and Safety Act into law last night. More..... http://tinyurl.com/pagq2do By Gareth MacDonald+, 28-Nov-2013

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05 October 2012 :: Pinnaculum attending CPHI in Madrid

Pinnaculum are attending CPHI, taking place in Madrid on 9th – 11th October 2012. If you would like to meet at this event to discuss pharma artwork creation, pack management or any of our services, mail info@pinnaculum.co.uk or phone +44 (0)7843 0273

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13 August 2012 :: Rectennas - an alternative to QR and 2D codes for pharma serialisation?

Have Korean researchers devised an alternative to QR/2D codes that could be exploited for track and trace/serialisation initiatives?

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01 June 2012 :: Healthcare Packaging: Patient compliance issue prompts packager responses

In an article on the Healthcare Packaging website, members of the healthcare packaging community offer perspectives on compliance-prompting packaging, and where they see the future headed....

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15 May 2012 :: Burgopak2Go

Burgopak have created a simple, efficient range of packaging solutions utilising their patented slider system that represents their core product offerings at the most cost-effective prices.

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23 April 2012 :: 3D printers could create customised drugs on demand

Scientists are pioneering the use of 3D printers to create drugs and other chemicals at the University of Glasgow. Researchers have used a £1,250 system to create a range of organic compounds and inorganic clusters - some of which are used to create

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02 September 2011 :: Pharma Packaging and Labelling Europe Conference - 19-20 Sept 2011, Munich

Pinnaculum are sponsoring and speaking at the Pharma Packaging and Labelling Europe Conference which is being held in Munich on 19 & 20 September 2011.

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11 May 2011 :: Drug Makers Replace Reps with Digital Tools

Big pharmaceutical companies have found replacements for the army of sales representatives they've laid off in recent years: digital sales tools that seek to sell doctors on drugs without the intrusion of an office visit.

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20 April 2011 :: US-wide track-and-trace called for to pre-empt state laws

Pharma, distributors and dispensers have all called for a single, US-wide track-and-trace standard that pre-empts state laws, reports in-PharmaTechnologist.com

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07 April 2011 :: Pinnaculum article on Anti-Counterfeiting in April Pharmafocus

Pinnaculum have written an article on anti-counterfeiting in the pharma industry for April's Pharmafocus...

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10 March 2011 :: Report urges clearer UK Drug labels

Drug labels on products sold in the UK could be modified to make them clearer, in light of a new report produced by the University of Leeds on behalf of a major drugs organisation.

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10 March 2011 :: Artwork Origination for Pharmaceutical Packaging Conference

Pinnaculum's Mark Wilkinson will be speaking at Management Forum's upcoming 'Artwork Origination for Pharmaceutical Packaging' Conference in London on 30/31 March 2011

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02 March 2011 :: New ABPI code of practice changes signal evolving healthcare relationship

The ABPI has announced changes to its code of practice which are viewed as a strong signal of the positive and evolving working relationship between the pharmaceutical industry and healthcare professionals.

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18 February 2011 :: Positive and negative effects of the mind in pain relief

A new study, published in Science Translational Medicine, has shown that the benefits of painkillers can by manipulated by expectation.

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07 February 2011 :: Indian Government requires track and trace on all pharma exports from July 2011

From July 2011 all Indian pharma exports are required to carry barcodes as a track and trace measure to address counterfeiting concerns.

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04 February 2011 :: Pfizer's Sandwich research plant set to close

US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has announced a plan to close its R&D site located in Sandwich, Kent with the potential loss of 2,400 jobs.

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20 January 2011 :: MHRA seminar - last call for places

The MHRA have made a last call for delegates to join their seminar in London on 28 January, entitled The New Variations Regulation - One Year on.

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17 January 2011 :: Pinnaculum's new website goes live

Pinnaculum, the specialist end to end pack management and artwork service provider to the healthcare industry has launched it's new website.

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14 January 2011 :: DocCom's UK founder visiting Silicon Valley to spread the word

Co-founder and tech director of UK's DocCom, Jonathan Shaw, along with 19 UK healthcare companies are visiting Silcon Valley as part of Future Health Mission 2011 this week to spread the word on their innovative social media solutions for healthcare

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