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Initial claims have been dismissed, but there is an opportunity to make further submissions on both sides GlaxoSmithKline’s legal proceeding against Apotex and Generic Partners over its paracetamol products has …

The 2016 Budget confirms the significant ongoing PBS savings provided by generic medicines, and signals the government’s intent to streamline medicine regulation processes, says GBMA. The absence of further PBS …

Evergreening strategies delay market entry for generic medicines to the detriment of the Australian community and there is a lack of evidence to support extending market exclusivity for pharmaceuticals, according …

Apotex’ decision to pull two of its PBS-listed products should ring an alarm for the health and pharmaceuticals sector, says Belinda Wood, CEO of the Generic and Biosimilar Medicines Association. …

Apotex has announced that it will be ceasing supply of two PBS listed prescription products from its portfolio. The PBS delisting date is yet to be confirmed, and stock will …

Four policy priorities that will safeguard affordable access to medicines in Australia while ensuring the generic and biosimilar medicines industry remains viable have been agreed to by the Federal Government. …

The PBAC today recommended that Inflectra (infliximab), the first monoclonal antibody ‘mAb’ biosimilar registered in Australia, be added to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme. The recommendation is the first step towards …

From today, the Generic Medicines Industry Association will be known as the Generic and Biosimilar Medicines Association. After patents expire on brand name medicines, affordable generic and biosimilar medicines deliver …

As trade ministers meet in Hawaii on 28-31 July in an effort to finalise the Trans Pacific Partnership, the Public Health Association of Australia and other stakeholders say that lives …

Pharmacies offer overall better prices on open-selling medicines, according to a new report from Choice – as well as better customer service. Choice compared the prices of common medicines available …

A token increase in the quota of sugar into the United States is not grounds for trading off Australian access to cheaper generic medicines, says the Public Health Association of …

More than 2000 brands of common medicines could be slashed in price, some by as much as 50%, from next year, Minister for Health Sussan Ley says under the Government’s proposed PBS package.