Monthly Archives: mai 2017

Le Parquet de Paris: le scandale du Mediator (benfluorex) continue

26 mai 2017 – Scandale du Mediator (le benfluorex): le Parquet de Paris demande un procès pour les laboratoires Servier et l’Agence du médicament. Cet antidiabétique, interdit en 2009, est présumé responsable de la mort de centaines de personnes.

Le parquet a annoncé avoir requis un renvoi du groupe pharmaceutique Servier pour \"tromperie aggravée, escroquerie, blessures et homicides involontaires et trafic d\'influence\".Le Parquet a annoncé avoir requis un renvoi du groupe pharmaceutique Servier pour tromperie aggravée,

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Dépakine et dérivés en France: Valproate victimes vont être indemnisées

22 mai 2017 – Il y as quelque mois que Fance Info a eu l’historie que l’Assemblée nationale a donné son feu vert à l’unanimité pour la création du fonds d’indemnisation promis par l’Etat dédié aux victimes de l’antiépileptique Dépakine (valproate de sodium), responsable de graves malformations foetales. 

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Est ce que c’est grave? Onze médicaments suspendue en France

04 mai 2017 – L’Agence nationale de sécurité du médicament et des produits de santé (l’ANSM) suspend, à titre de précaution, les Autorisations de Mise sur le Marché (AMM) de 11 spécialités commercialisées en France en raison de sérieuses réserves sur l’intégrité des données issues des essais de bioéquivalence menés sur les deux sites indiens (Chennai et Coimbatore) du centre de recherche Micro Therapeutic Research (MTR) Labs.

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