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- Insomnia info: Rozerem is a sleeplessness treatment - September 8, 2009
Long-term sufferers of insomnia who have not found lasting relief from such sleep aids as Ambien or Sonta should consider researching Rozerem, the only medication of its type approved in the treatment of sleeplessness. Rozerem (ramelteon) is the first of a new class of insomnia drugs: melatonin receptor agonists. These are similar to the naturally-produced sleep hormone melatonin, which your body needs for healthy sleep cycles. Rozerem, manufactured by Takeda Industries North America, was approved by the FDA in July 2005 for the treatment of delayed-onset insomnia. It emerged against a backdrop of other classes of drugs to treat the condition and it has some important differences. Insomnia was historically treated with barbiturates, which were extremely strong and frighteningly addictive….Read More
- What do tag clouds say about top pharma blogs? - November 26, 2007
TagCrowd is a great tool that lets you input words from any source, and it spits out a tag cloud that lets you visualize word frequencies. We thought it would be interesting to take a bunch of recent posts from some top pharma blogs to see what’s foremost on their minds. Among the findings: John Mack is all about pharma marketing. Peter Rost is obviously obsessed with dissing Pfizer — but is he also obsessed with promoting BrandWeekNRX? Ed Silverman is on the FDA’s jock. The Angry Pharmacist is REALLY angry.Enjoy!Pharmalot agency approval asthma astrazeneca blog brennan clear company compulsory continue data death doctors drug ed effects effexor fda flu gene glaxo health judge marketing meds meeting minister mongkol patients…Read More
- An interview with John Mack of Pharma Marketing Blog - April 2, 2007
One of our favorite industry pundits is John Mack, author of Pharma Marketing News, Pharma Marketing Blog and The Pharma Blogosphere, and host of Pharma Marketing Talk. We recently asked him about his background, his readership and some current issues in pharma. Cary: You started VirSci Pharma Marketing Network in 1997 and it has since blossomed in a number of directions — an e-mail discussion group, a newsletter, a Web site and a blog to name a few. How have you remained so passionate (and opinionated) about the pharma industry for so long? John Mack: I was always interested in networking, people, and learning. The pharmaceutical industry is a challenge to keep up with and is more interesting to me…Read More
- What happens when Big Pharma endangers kiddies? - March 13, 2007
Takeda Pharmaceuticals North American, Inc. has been cited by the FDA for airing unapproved reminder ads for its sleep aid medication Rozerem. Here’s an excerpt from the citation letter, courtesy of PharmaLive: While reminder ads are exempt from the requirement to disclose information relating to risks and effectiveness, for the reasons set forth below, we have determined that your TV ad is not an appropriate reminder ad. As such, the failure of the TV ad to disclose the drug’s indication, the failure to include information relating to the major side effects, and the failure to make adequate provision for dissemination of the FDA-approved labeling … thus misbrands Rozerem … Although the TV ad does not state the drug product’s indication…Read More
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