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The Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry News Database (PHIND) consists of two files: File 130 is the current material, updated daily, and contains the fulltext of all newsletter articles written in the last 25 to 30 days. File 129 is an archival database, and contains the fulltext of indexed articles from the full range of PJB newsletters dating back to 1980.
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* Not available in print.
SCRIP: Jan 1982 - (Issue no. 655); Clinica: Oct 1981 - (No. 1); Animal Pharm: Jan 1982 - (No. 1); Agrow: Oct 1985 - (No. 1); ASI: Jan 1990 - Dec 2007; EURALex (formerly called ERA-News): May 1996 - 2009; INSTRUMENTA: Feb 14, 2000 - Dec 2008; Healthcare Lobbyist: Apr 2005 - Sep 2006; SCRIP'S TARGET: Jan 4, 2001 - Aug 2007; Bioventure View: Apr 1997 - Aug 2005; E-Med-News: Sep 1995 - Feb 1997; China-News_File: Mar 1971 - Apr 1998; OUTCOMES: Jul 1994 - Apr1995; SCRIP OTC NEWS: Apr 1996 - Jun 1996 (File 129)
SCRIP, Clinica, Animal Pharm, and Agrow (File 130)
More than 517,000 records as of January 2010 (File 129)
686 current records as of January 2010 (File 130)
Weekly (File 129)
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|DIALOG(R)File 130:PHIND(Daily & Current)|
|(c) 2009 Informa UK Ltd. All rts. reserv.|
|/TI||Bayer/J&J plan a complete response to the FDA on anticoagulant Xarelto|
|AU=||AUTHOR: Asher Mullard|
|JN=, PD=, SO=||Scrip, July 15, 2009 (20090715)|
|RT=, WD=||STORY TYPE: F WORD COUNT: 779|
|/CO, CO=||COMPANIES: Bayer ; Johnson & Johnson|
|/TX||Bayer and Johnson & Johnson plan to submit a reply to the US|
|FDA's complete response letter on Xarelto (rivaroxaban), a|
|potential blockbuster anticoagulant, in the fourth quarter of|
|Xarelto was developed by Bayer and will be marketed in the US,|
|if approved, by Johnson & Johnson's Ortho-McNeil unit. J&J and|
|the FDA will be meeting later this summer to define a path|
|forward for the drug, and this meeting will determine the|
|timeline for the submission of the complete response.|
|Xarelto was filed in the US in July 2008 for the prevention of|
|both deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism in patients|
|undergoing total hip or knee replacement surgery. Despite|
|concerns over the drug's liver safety profile, it was given the|
|nod by a cardiovascular and renal drugs committee earlier this|
|year by a vote of 15 to two (scripnews.com, March 20th, 2009).|
|The FDA issued a complete response letter for Xarelto in May,|
|The FDA reportedly did not ask for new clinical or non-clinical|
|studies to evaluate efficacy or safety, but did request|
|additional data from completed and ongoing studies of the drug,|
|as well as market surveillance from countries outside the US|
|where it is already sold. These data will be used to assess the|
|drug's risk-benefit profile.|
|Xarelto is already approved in the EU and other markets for|
|prevention of venous thromboembolism (VTE) after hip or knee|
|Xarelto acts as an anticoagulant by inhibiting Factor Xa, and it|
|is in Phase III development for stroke prevention in atrial|
|fibrillation patients and for acute coronary syndromes. Total|
|peak sales of Xarelto have been estimated at (euro)2 billion.|
|If approved in the US, Xarelto would compete with Lilly/Daiichi|
|Sankyo's Effient (prasugrel), which was just approved by the FDA|
|with a boxed warning (scripnews.com, July 13th, 2009). Other|
|anticoagulants that could be fighting for a market share include|
|experimental Factor Xa inhibitors like Bristol-Myers|
|Squibb/Pfizer's apixaban, Astellas's YM150 and Daiichi-Sankyo's|
|DU-176b, as well as Boehringer Ingelheim's thrombin inhibitor|
|Pradaxa (dabigatran etexilate). Pradaxa is already approved in|
|the EU for prevention of VTE after hip or knee replacement|
|surgery but has not yet been filed in the US.|
|Merck & Co has just acquired the rights to Portola's Factor Xa|
|inhibitor betrixaban, which is in Phase II development for|
|stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation (scripnews.com, July|
|Scrip - Scrip World Pharmaceutical News -|
|http://www.scripnews.com FILED July 15, 2009|
|Copyright Informa UK Limited 2009|
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1 In File 129, the data in PD is the date of publication; in File 130, the data in PD is the date the record was written.
2 There is no source field for records that have not yet been published in print.
3 Not available in all records.
4 Available in many records from July 15, 2009 forward.
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|AT=||AT||Article Category4||Phrase||S AT=EXPERT VIEW|
|CO=||CO||Company Name4||Phrase||S CO="JOHNSON & JOHNSON"|
|IS=||IS||Issue Number3||Phrase||S IS=305|
|JN=||JN||Journal Name||Phrase||S JN=SCRIP|
|PD=||PD||Publication Date1||Phrase||S PD=20090715|
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|PY=||PY||Publication Year||Phrase||S PY=2009|
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|SO=||SO||Journal, Issue, Page2||Word||S SO=(AGROW AND 305 AND 5)|
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