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TMH gets FDA OK for AutoSafety Injector

BY Drew Buono

SHEFFIELD, United Kingdom The Food and Drug Administration has granted 510(k) clearance to The Medical House for its Compact AutoSafety Injector.

This clearance allows for the device, which is used for assisting self–administered subcutaneous injections to enter the market.

According to Ian Townsend, chairman, The Medical House: “This a key milestone achievement for TMH as it is our first ASI device to receive FDA pre-market notification which allows us to market the CASI in the US. It is also a vital approval for the project involving our global pharmaceutical partner and its commercial strategy. We are all delighted with this news and we look forward to reporting more progress for our Drug Delivery Division in due course”.

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QLT to sell off Aczone following FDA decision

BY Drew Buono

VANCOUVER, Canada QLT has announced that it will proceed with its plan to sell its topical acne treatment Aczone after the Food and Drug Administration removed key blood monitoring requirements for the treatment, according to Reuters.

The company is selling the drug as part of a multi-step process to return it to its core business of treating eye diseases. Recently the company had been delving into acne and prostate cancer treatments.

Already several companies have expressed interest in Aczone and QLT predicts the drug will be sold within the next quarter or two.

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Safeway offers Shingles vaccination

BY DSN STAFF

PLEASANTON, Calif. Safeway is offering immunization against Shingles, a disease that commonly affects people over 50 or people with compromised immune systems, at 700 pharmacies in the states of Ark., Calif., Colo., Del., Hawaii, Ind., Ill., Mont., Neb., Nev., Ore., Pa., Texas, Va. ,W.Va. and Wash. The vaccine will be provided on a walk-in basis at in-store pharmacies.

“The only way to prevent against contracting this debilitating disease is to get a single shot. By administering vaccines on site, Safeway is making it easy for anyone to protect themselves,” said Dave Fong, Safeway senior vice president of pharmacy. “Receiving a shingles vaccination is as easy as stopping at the pharmacy during your regular shopping trip.” 

Safeway also offers full-service adult and adolescent immunization services for the prevention of such ailments as tetanus, hepatitis, pneumococcal, meningococcal and more.

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