Denmark, Norway, Iceland suspend use of AstraZeneca's COVID jab over concerns about post-vaccine blood clots
As of 8 March, 22 cases of blood clots had been reported among more than three million people vaccinated in the European Economic Area, the European Medicines Agency said
The European Medicines Agency said it was recommending the COVID-19 jab for those over 18 “after a thorough evaluation” found it met the criteria for efficacy, safety and quality
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Biotech major Biocon Ltd on Thursday reported Rs 147 crore consolidated net profit for second quarter (July-September) of fiscal 2016-17, registering 57 per cent annual growth from Rs 97 crore in same period year ago.
The Mumbai-based firm along with many other companies had received communication from EMA for suspension of Trimetazidine MR 35 mg and Cefpodoxime 200 mg tablets in January 2015.
The first malaria vaccine candidate to reach phase-3 of clinical testing was found to partially protect children against the disease up to four years after vaccination and may be available by as early as October this year, scientists reported.
The European Medicines Agency said the recommendation was based on findings from an inspection that raised concerns about how GVK conducted studies at the Hyderabad site on behalf of the pharmaceutical companies.