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Smart & Biggar
The Supreme Court of Canada has granted Sanis Health, Shoppers Drug Mart, Sandoz Canada, and McKesson Canada leave to appeal Sandoz Canada v British Columbia, 2023 BCCA 306.
Smart & Biggar
On November 2, 2023, the Federal Court dismissed The Winning Combination (TWC)'s application for judicial review of Health Canada's decision to refuse a natural health product licence for Resolve, a smoking cessation aid.
Smart & Biggar
In September 2023, Health Canada published the Medical Devices Directorate Performance Annual Report for April 1, 2022, through March 31, 2023. The report provides detailed metrics...
Smart & Biggar
In March 2023, the Minister of Health announced the National Strategy for Drugs for Rare Diseases, which has as its objective to increase access to, and affordability of, effective drugs for rare diseases...
Join Heather Barnhouse, Partner in our Edmonton office, as she explores women in leadership and entrepreneurship, and the ecosystem that supports them.
Gluckstein Personal Injury Lawyers
Brenda Agnew, your host, has the pleasure of welcoming Lynne Harford to today's conversation. Lynne is a Registered Social Worker with a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Toronto.
On November 10, 2023, the Patented Medicine Prices Review Board (PMPRB) released the Scoping paper for the consultations on the Board's Guidelines (the "Scoping Paper")...
Field LLP
Recently, the Public Health Emergencies Governance Review Panel report was released. The report focuses on how the provincial government responded to COVID-19...
The Danish Medicines Agency has updated its practice on the naming of medicines.
New proposals for amendments to the Medicines Act, the health Act and the Committee Act have been presented.
Economic Laws Practice
The Hon'ble Delhi High Court, recently, in the matter of Union of India v. Bharat Serums and Vaccines Limited, has interpreted Paragraph 20 of the Drug (Pricing Control) Order, 2013 which relates to monitoring of prices of non- scheduled formulations.
De Penning & De Penning
Artificial intelligence (AI) is driving a transformative wave in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors. Its integration into drug discovery, diagnostics, and clinical trials...
Telemedicine is a broad term that inculcates the process of remote diagnosis and medication of patients through innovation and technological means, from distant locations.
Kenya enacts laws to create universal public healthcare to protect workers against medical costs, funded by employee contributions and government allocations.
Dentons Rodyk & Davidson
This article is the third in our multi-part series centring around the topic of longevity from the perspective of Singapore law.
Hospices and other health and social care providers delivering palliative and end-of-life care could be exposed to medical malpractice claims. We clarify the risks and evaluate the role of insurance.
Withers LLP
There is a lengthy list of medical conditions that lack an available therapy. In many cases, there simply is no effective treatment.
Mesothelioma is an aggressive cancer invariably linked to past exposure to asbestos. Only 5% of patients survive five years after clinical diagnosis with a median survival time of 18.1 months (CheckMate 743 study).
Higgs LLP
Alcohol at work Christmas parties can cause a raft of problems from inclusivity issues to serious sexual misconduct and employers should consider switching to more sedate alternatives.
The Novel Foods industry is exploding. Innovative companies operating in the sustainable protein sector are growing at a rapid pace all over the world, ...
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