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The analyst lowered her price target to $99 from $106 per share. The new price target implies just a 5% gain from Thursday's close. The analyst's $115 price target, hiked from $70 previously, implies 43% upside from where the stock closed Thursday, at $80.36. ET: Morgan Stanley downgrades Alibaba Morgan Stanley cut Alibaba to equal-weight from overweight and lowered the firm's price target to $90 from $110. The analyst's $190 price target implies shares can rise just 2.6% from where they closed Thursday.
Persons: JPMorgan downgrades, Jessica Fye, Fye, Sarah Min, Wells Fargo, Andrew Nowinski, GenAI, Nowinski, FactSet, — Sarah Min, Morgan Stanley downgrades Alibaba Morgan Stanley, Alibaba, Morgan Stanley, PDD, John Melloy, Jason Bazinet, Bazinet, Johnson, Danielle Antalffy, Antalffy, Robert Ohmes, — John Melloy Organizations: CNBC, Spotify, JPMorgan, Investors, U.S, PDD Holdings, Citi, UBS, Johnson, Pharma, Bank of America, of America, Costco Locations: BioNTech, Thursday's, Wells Fargo, China, Darzalex, DARZALEX
Jefferies upgrades Pinterest and Snap to buy from hold Jefferies sees growth upside in 2024 for both stocks. " Wolfe upgrades Ally Financial to outperform from peer perform Wolfe said in its upgrade of the financial company that it's well-positioned. "In an environment where the probability of a mild recession or soft landing both appear plausible, we believe ALLY is well positioned to outperform in either scenario and upgrade shares to Outperform." "We continue to believe that Salesforce is on track to become the next quality [growth at a reasonable price] stock." Goldman Sachs reiterates Snowflake as buy Goldman Sachs stood by its buy rating on Snowflake after earnings on Wednesday.
Persons: Berenberg, Eli Lilly, Lilly, Wells, BTIG, Jefferies, Bernstein, Burger, Wolfe, TD Cowen downgrades Okta, Cowen, Stifel, Raymond James, Morgan Stanley, Bilibili, BILI, Baird, Pat Shanahan, Wells Fargo, Salesforce, Goldman Sachs, Snowflake, DUK Organizations: pharma, Nvidia, NVIDIA, Jefferies, SNAP, BK, UBS, Service Corporation, Deutsche Bank, Lattice Semiconductor, Apple, JPMorgan, Nokia, Infineon, Watch, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Barclays, GE Healthcare, Airbus, Bank of America, Duke Energy, HSBC, Molson Coors Locations: FTCH, North America, China
Can a Big Pharma Ever Be Worth $1 Trillion?
  + stars: | 2023-11-29 | by ( David Wainer | )   time to read: 1 min
Daniel Skovronsky, chief scientific and medical officer at Eli Lilly, pushed the company to move more quickly and focus more on science. Photo: Maddie McGarvey for The Wall Street JournalThere are five tech companies valued at over $1 trillion. In healthcare, the closest contender is Eli Lilly . This year it became the first big pharmaceutical to surpass a market capitalization of $500 billion thanks to the popularity of its obesity and diabetes medications and, to a lesser extent, its experimental Alzheimer’s drug. But hanging over Lilly and rival Novo Nordisk is a reality that puts the brakes on big pharma’s ascent: the patent cliff.
Persons: Daniel Skovronsky, Eli Lilly, Maddie McGarvey, Lilly Organizations: Wall, Novo Nordisk
Companies should pass those savings on to consumers," White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters aboard Air Force One, en route to Colorado. "That's why taking on price gouging has been part of the President's economic agenda." But drawing a direct line from corporate pricing practices to how voters feel about the economy could prove challenging for the Biden White House. "Whether it's junk fees, whether it's price gouging, whether it's calling out big pharma, whether it's calling out big oil, we're going to continue to do that," Jean-Pierre said Tuesday. "Because of the price gouging, we see American families hurting," she said.
Persons: Joe Biden, Joe Biden's, Karine Jean, Pierre, Biden, Jean Organizations: Warehouse Union, Pacific Maritime Association, White, Companies, House Press, Air Force, Black, Biden White, Consumers Locations: Washington ,, Colorado
Petco — Shares of the pet retailer plummeted 17% after reporting a third-quarter loss of 5 cents per share. Analysts had anticipated the company would earn 2 cents per share on revenue of $1.51 billion, according to a LSEG survey. CrowdStrike — Shares of the cybersecurity company gained 2.7% after it reported positive third-quarter earnings and raised its fourth-quarter forecast. The results topped estimates of 74 cents per share on revenue of $777 million expected by analysts, according to LSEG. The company, which was slated to report its third-quarter earnings after the bell on Wednesday, posted its results early.
Persons: TD Cowen, Steve, Hormel, LSEG, NetApp, CrowdStrike, Okta, Phillips, Elliott, CNBC's David Faber, , Macheel, Jesse Pound Organizations: Toyota, AstraZeneca, pharma, LSEG, General Motors, GM, JMP Securities, Elliott Management Locations: Tuesday's, U.S
Bernstein named Taiwan Semiconductor a "best idea" for 2024, raising its price target on the stock. — Alex Harring 7:01 a.m. In addition to the best-pick honor, analyst Steve Scala has an outperform rating and $86 price target. Analyst Michael Lavery downgraded the stock to neutral from overweight and slashed his price target by $40 to $200. ET: Morgan Stanley hikes PDD price target, calls stock a top pick following earnings Morgan Stanley named Chinese e-commerce name PDD Holdings a top pick following its latest quarterly earnings report.
Persons: Bernstein, Morgan Stanley, LSEG, Bank of America's Tal Liani, Morgan Stanley's Hamza Fodderwala, Alex Harring, Craig Siegenthaler, Blackstone, That's, — Alex Harring, Ken Hoexter, Hoexter, TD Cowen, Steve Scala, Scala, Jefferies, John Colantuoni, bode, Colantuoni, Neil Beveridge, Josh Silverstein, Silverstein, JMP, Baldwin, Mitch Germain, Germain doesn't, Germain, Piper Sandler, Michael Lavery, Lavery, elasticities, HSY's, Hershey, Eddy Wang, Wang, Mark Li, Li, — Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Taiwan Semiconductor, Holdings, Wall, Bank of America, Bank of America's, KKR, Apollo Global Management, Pacific, Transport, AstraZeneca, pharma, Airbnb, Toyota, UBS, Exxon Mobil, Natural Resources, Exxon Mobil's, Hershey, PDD, U.S, LSEG, Commerce, PDD's U.S, Apple, Huawei Locations: Tuesday's, Ivory Coast, Ghana, 4Q23, Taiwan, China
Plenty of people on the Forbes 30 Under 30 lists have turned out to be not quite so shiny. AdvertisementThe Forbes "30 Under 30" lists celebrate the achievements of young people making a mark in a range of sectors. Its "hall of shame" starts – appropriately enough – with Sam Bankman-Fried, the FTX cofounder who was on the 30 Under 30 finance list in 2021. Caroline Ellison was on the Forbes 30 under 30 list last year. Outside the 30 Under 30 finance class, the gun rights activist Cody Wilson also makes the hall of shame.
Persons: Forbes, Sam Bankman, Martin Shkreli, , Mark Zuckerberg, FTX, Fried, Caroline Ellison, Eduardo Munoz Alvarez Martin Shkreli, Craig Ruttle, Charlie Javice, Frank, JP Morgan Chase, Javice, Morgan, She's, Nate Paul, Lucas Duplan Clinkle, Lucas Duplan, Peter Thiel, Andreesen Horowitz, Cody Wilson, Kelly West, Steph Korey, James O'Keefe, Prendergrast, she's Organizations: Forbes, Service, Prosecutors, Justice, TechCrunch, Business, Reuters, Project Veritas, The City Magazine Locations: Alameda
The German share price index DAX graph is pictured at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, September 28, 2023. REUTERS/Staff/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Nov 28 (Reuters) - The EU is falling behind Britain in tapping into savers' money to boost the stock market, despite reforms in continental Europe being a step in the right direction, an official with Germany's bourse told Reuters. For Maassen there is an opportunity in Europe to rival US capital markets. Maassen urged policymakers to speed up the implementation of the Capital Markets Union, a longstanding project to create a single market for capital beyond national borders. Earlier this month, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde called for a capital markets union, with a single supervisor and trading infrastructure, to finance its digitalisation and green transition.
Persons: Stefan Maassen, Jeremy Hunt, Hunt, ThyssenKrupp, Maassen, Germany's, Christine Lagarde, Lagarde, Pablo Mayo Cerqueiro, Anousha Sakoui, Christina Fincher Organizations: REUTERS, Staff, Germany's bourse, Reuters, Capital Markets, Deutsche, Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Schott Pharma, OLB Bank, DKV, New York Stock Exchange, EU, Capital Markets Union, European Union, European Central Bank, ., Thomson Locations: Frankfurt, Germany, EU, Europe, we're, U.S
The full benefit for these Indian manufacturers will not be immediate, said Peter DeYoung, CEO of Piramal Pharma Solutions. Nimgaonkar said Indian CDMOs need to do more to ensure their reputation on quality standards matches Western and Chinese ones. The Indian CDMOs told Reuters that their facilities are routinely inspected by the FDA. Aragen counts seven of the 10 biggest pharma companies as clients, he said, declining to name them. "New biotechs are deciding to put eggs in both the Indian and China baskets from the start," Subramanian said.
Persons: Trump, Tommy Erdei, Ashish Nimgaonkar, Nimgaonkar, Sai, Peter DeYoung, Helen Chen, CDMOs, Piramal, DeYoung, Ramesh Subramanian, Subramanian, Maggie Fick, Andrew Silver, Michele Gershberg, Catherine Evans Organizations: Jefferies, Glyscend Therapeutics, Reuters, Sciences, Piramal Pharma, Sai Life Sciences, Western pharma, Piramal Pharma Solutions, L.E.K, Consulting, pharma, U.S . Food, Drug Administration, FDA, Thomson Locations: China, India, SHANGHAI, HYDERABAD, U.S, Shanghai, United States, London, Hyderabad
CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) — South Africa, Colombia and other countries that lost out in the global race for coronavirus vaccines are taking a more combative approach towards drugmakers and pushing back on policies that deny cheap treatment to millions of people with tuberculosis and HIV. The pills are especially important for South Africa, where TB killed more than 50,000 people in 2021, making it the country’s leading cause of death. In July, J&J’s patent on the drug expired in South Africa, but the company had it extended until 2027, enraging activists who accused it of profiteering. Back then, President Nelson Mandela’s government in South Africa eventually suspended patents to allow wider access to AIDS drugs. Bedaquiline was not rolled out as a standard treatment in South Africa until 2018.
Persons: they’ve, , Brook Baker, Johnson, Christophe Perrin, Peter Maybarduk, Petro Terblanche, Afrigen, Nelson Mandela’s, “ Mandela, Terblanche, Lynette Keneilwe Mabote, Andy Gray, Gray, Zolelwa, Bedaquiline, , Sifumba, ___ Cheng Organizations: Health Organization, Northeastern University, One, Johnson, J, Viiv Healthcare, WHO, Public Citizen, Pfizer, Moderna, Terblanche, Big Pharma, South, University of KwaZulu, World Health Organization, AP Locations: CAPE, South Africa, Colombia, Belarus, Ukraine, Colombian, Washington, Africa, Natal, South African, London
The logo of Danish drugmaker Novo Nordisk in their offices in Hillerod, Denmark, September 26, 2023. REUTERS/Tom Little Acquire Licensing RightsPARIS, Nov 23 (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron will on Thursday inaugurate a 2.1 billion euro ($2.3 billion) investment by Danish pharmaceutical company Novo Nordisk (NOVOb.CO) in France, his office said, pitching it as a sign of newly restored French industrial competitiveness. The investment, for which no detail was provided by Macron's office, will be based in Chartres, west of Paris, where Novo already employs nearly 2,000 people. The Elysee palace deemed it the most significant investment in the health sector of Macron's mandates so far and said it would create 500 jobs. ($1 = 0.9168 euros)Reporting by Michel Rose, Editing by Dominique VidalonOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Tom Little, Emmanuel Macron, Michel Rose, Dominique Vidalon Organizations: Novo Nordisk, REUTERS, Rights, Thomson Locations: Danish, Hillerod, Denmark, France, Chartres, Paris
The Supreme Court is set to hear arguments Dec. 4 over whether the agreement, part of the resolution of Purdue Pharma's bankruptcy, violates federal law. She initially opposed the deal with Purdue Pharma but has come around. The Purdue Pharma settlement would be among the largest. But in the decade before that, they were paid more than $10 billion, about half of which family members said went to pay taxes. The department and Purdue Pharma forged a plea bargain in a criminal and civil case.
Persons: Sackler, Ellen Isaacs ’, Ryan Wroblewski, , Mike Quinn, ” Lynn Wencus, Jeff, ” Wencus, It's, General Merrick Garland, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Purdue Pharma’s, ” ___ Mulvihill Organizations: WASHINGTON, Purdue Pharma, Purdue, Sackler, Bankruptcy, Justice Department, Republican, Democrat, Congress, Boy Scouts of, Boy Scout, Catholic, Locations: Florida, Wrentham , Massachusetts, Stamford , Connecticut, , Boy Scouts of America, Cherry Hill , New Jersey
LONDON, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Leading scientists urged caution over fears of another pandemic on Thursday after the World Health Organization requested more information from China on a rise of respiratory illnesses and pneumonia clusters among children. It called for more information about "undiagnosed pneumonia - China (Beijing, Liaoning)". The standard wording of the alert echoed the first-ever notice about what would become COVID-19, sent on Dec. 30 2019: "Undiagnosed pneumonia - China (Hubei)." Both the WHO and China have faced questions over transparency during the early days of COVID. In China itself, there has been a lot of recent coverage of a rise in respiratory illnesses, including among children.
Persons: Marion Koopmans, COVID lockdowns, Brian McCloskey, Virologist Tom Peacock, Jennifer Rigby, Jo Mason, Christina Fincher Organizations: World Health Organization, WHO, COVID, International Society for Infectious, FTV News, Reuters, Imperial College London, Thomson Locations: China, Dutch, Beijing, Liaoning, Hubei, Taiwan
Giving Thanks When the World is on Fire
  + stars: | 2023-11-22 | by ( Amanda Taub | )   time to read: +3 min
I am thankful that my children have never felt the pain of burying a beloved sibling. Thankful that if we needed a hospital, it would have electricity and sterile equipment and supplies like anesthesia available. Thankful that my children are alive. But also sad and angry that we live in a world where these things are blessings to be counted, and where so many cannot do so. I want to hear about things you have read (or watched or listened to) that have had the biggest impact on you this year.
Persons: Jenny Sidhu, Barbara Kingsolver, Beth Macy, Dopesick Organizations: Purdue Pharma Locations: Gaza, Israel, Lebanon, Rocklin, Calif
The lawsuit also alleged that Pfizer, despite knowing of the quality-control issues, persuaded Texas' Medicaid program to add Quillivant to its list of preferred drugs. The lawsuit accuses the companies of defrauding the state's Medicaid program, and seeks unspecified money damages from the companies. Pfizer and Tris, which manufactured the drug for Pfizer, did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2017 warned Tris of manufacturing lapses. Reporting by Brendan Pierson in New York, Editing by Alexia Garamfalvi and Matthew LewisOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Ken Paxton, Pfizer, Tris, Paxton, Quillivant, Tarik Ahmed, Brendan Pierson, Alexia Garamfalvi, Matthew Lewis Organizations: Pfizer, REUTERS, Texas, Tris, Republican, Nextwave Pharmaceuticals, U.S . Food, Drug Administration, Southern, of, Thomson Locations: Harrison County , Texas, Texas, U.S, Manhattan, of New York, New York
[1/5] Taiko Nakamura samples whisky barreled in the year he founded at his distillery in Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan October 25, 2023. The explosion of craft whisky in Japan follows a boom and bust in the industry. Last week, Sotheby's offered what it claimed was the most valuable collection of Japanese whisky at auction, headlined by a 52-year old bottle that sold for 300,000 pounds ($373,830). Suntory, Japan's biggest and best-known whisky maker, recently invested 10 billion yen ($67 million) to upgrade its distilleries, including its Yamazaki site. "I believe we need to put all our effort into making Japanese whisky that lives up to the quality of the Japanese whiskies made by our predecessors," he said.
Persons: Rocky Swift, Suntory's, Taiko Nakamura, Long, whiskies, Sotheby's, Shinji Fukuyo, Casey Wahl, Kamui, Shizuoka's Nakamura, Miral Organizations: REUTERS, Suntory, trailblazer, Nikka, Asahi Group, Japan's, Japanese distillers, Diageo, IJW Whiskey, Nikkei, Thomson Locations: Shizuoka, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, Yamazaki, Scotland, Hong Kong, Japanese, Komasa Kanosuke, Kentucky, Hokkaido, American, Rishiri
Analysts attended earnings calls in the third quarter armed with questions for healthcare and consumer companies about the potential effect on their sales from the growing popularity of these drugs, known as GLP-1 agonists. A Reuters analysis of earnings transcripts for the third quarter showed "GLP-1" or alternatives like "obesity" or "weight-loss medications" were mentioned 256 times across 29 U.S. and European healthcare and consumer companies. That's more than double the mentions for the second quarter, when those phrases came up 127 times. While some consumer companies have talked about factors such as fewer calories being consumed, "these kind of large extrapolations" seem to be a bit of a stretch, said BMO Capital analyst Evan Seigerman. For big pharma manufacturers like Pfizer (PFE.N) and Amgen (AMGN.O), analyst questions were aimed at their obesity drug candidates.
Persons: Lilly, George Frey, Jeff Jonas, it's, Eli Lilly's, John Furner, Mondelez, Eli Lilly, Evan Seigerman, LVMH, Rajesh Kumar, Jonas, Bhanvi Satija, Savyata Mishra, Arpan Varghese, David Gaffen, Shounak Organizations: Novo Nordisk, Pharmacy, REUTERS, Gabelli, Novo, Walmart, Walmart U.S, Hershey, Truist Securities, Krispy, BMO Capital, Danish, pharma, Pfizer, Devices, HSBC, Thomson Locations: Provo , Utah, U.S, United States, Novo, Bengaluru
[1/5] A member of the teamLab digital art group poses in an installation in preparation for the reopening of their Borderless museum in February at the Azabudai Hills complex in Tokyo, Japan November 17, 2023. The name refers to digital art pieces that blend into each other and encourage guests to wander at their own pace. The relocation is part of Mori's strategy of placing cultural attractions in integrated business and residential projects. teamLab has developed a global reputation for its experimental and interactive set pieces that meld images and senses. Previous projects in Tokyo featured digital art mixed with a sauna experience and a laser light show enhanced performance of Giacomo Puccini's opera "Turandot."
Persons: Kim Kyung, Toshiyuki Inoko, Mori, Giacomo Puccini's, Inoko, Rocky Swift, Simon Cameron, Moore Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, Thomson Locations: Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo Bay, Mori's
Makers of medical devices were prepared for doom and gloom following a study of obesity drugs and cardiovascular health—but the bearish scenario hasn’t panned out. Photo: Catherine Ivill/Getty ImagesThere is a bit of cognitive dissonance in healthcare investing right now. After reviewing the highly anticipated results from a study of Novo Nordisk’s blockbuster obesity treatment Wegovy released over the weekend, cardiologists at a major medical meeting and the pharma crowd on Wall Street were broadly upbeat. “Today’s confirmatory results lay the groundwork for the coming paradigm shift of metabolic treatment,” gushed Evan Seigerman, an analyst at BMO Capital Markets.
Persons: Catherine Ivill, Novo, Wegovy, ” gushed Evan Seigerman Organizations: pharma, BMO Capital Markets
The logo of Lilly is seen on a wall of the Lilly France company unit, part of the Eli Lilly and Co drugmaker group, in Fegersheim near Strasbourg, France, February 1, 2018. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler Acquire Licensing RightsNov 17 (Reuters) - Retail flows into Eli Lilly (LLY.N) spiked to a more than two-year high in November, as small investors rushed to buy the stock after the U.S. pharma major received a highly anticipated approval for its weight-loss drug Zepbound. Lilly and Novo Nordisk (NOVOb.CO) - seen as leaders in a potential $100 billion obesity treatment market - have helped rekindle retail investor interest in the healthcare sector. "During the COVID period, retail investors were piling into healthcare because of the vaccines and after that there was a bit of a hangover of purchases. Reuters GraphicsRetail investors are now "catching up" with institutional investors, said Sel Hardy, vice president of equity research at CFRA.
Persons: Lilly, Eli Lilly, Vincent Kessler, Zepbound, Marco Iachini, Hardy, JPMorgan Chase, Vanda, Ozempic, drugmakers, Iachini, Bhanvi Satija, Sriraj Organizations: REUTERS, U.S . pharma, Vanda Research, Novo Nordisk, Graphics Retail, Sel Hardy, JPMorgan, BlackRock, AMC, Thomson Locations: Lilly France, Fegersheim, Strasbourg, France, U.S, Bengaluru
The US says China is a main source of materials for fentanyl that later ends up in America. The deal, which both leaders settled at the Asian-Pacific Economic Committee summit in San Francisco, would see Beijing assist Washington by regulating fentanyl precursors in China. The Drug Enforcement Administration has warned in recent years that China is a primary source for key ingredients in fentanyl. Advertisement"Focusing on China as the source of the problem has been because it's such an easy country to criticize," Ross said. For the Biden administration, the fentanyl deal has been an issue repeatedly pushed by US officials, Liu said.
Persons: , Joe Biden, Xi Jinping, Zha Daojiong, Biden, Xi, Liu Zongyuan, Maurice R, Greenberg, Liu, Robert Ross, Ross, Eric Richardson, that's Organizations: Service, Pacific, Drug, Administration, Business, Peking University, pharma, of Foreign Relations, DEA, Boston College, UC Berkeley, INHR, United Nations, US, Bloomberg, Reuters, Forensic Public Security Institute Locations: China, America, San Francisco, Beijing, Washington, India, it's, Mexico, United, Europe, Xinjiang
A sign is pictured outside an Eli Lilly and Company pharmaceutical manufacturing plant at 50 ImClone Drive in Branchburg, New Jersey, March 5, 2021. Incretins are peptide-based drugs such as Mounjaro that mimic gut hormones to suppress appetite and stimulate insulin secretion. Lilly said it had announced investments of more than $11 billion in global manufacturing in the past three years. Major production sites that Lilly runs outside of its U.S. home market are in Ireland, France, Spain, Italy and China. The new Alzey site will employ up to 1,000 highly skilled workers such as engineers, technicians and scientists, said Lilly.
Persons: Eli Lilly, Mike Segar, Lilly, Karl Lauterbach, Lauterbach, generics, Patrick Wingrove, Matthias Williams, Jason Neely, David Evans Organizations: Company, REUTERS, Rights, Reuters, U.S ., Novo Nordisk, European Union, pharma, The U.S ., Thomson Locations: Branchburg , New Jersey, Germany, Alzey, U.S, United States, Danish, Berlin, Fegersheim, France, European, Indiana , North Carolina, Limerick, Ireland, Spain, Italy, China, The U.S
CAIRO, Nov 16 (Reuters) - The United Nations is looking for ways to evacuate Al Shifa hospital in Gaza but options are limited by security and logistical constraints, a senior World Health Organization official said on Thursday. "We are looking at the case for full medical evacuation but there are a lot of security concerns, there are a lot of logistics constraints. Tents and shelters used by displaced Palestinians stand at the yard of Al Shifa hospital during the Israeli ground operation around the hospital, in Gaza City November 12, 2023. She said an ICRC medical convoy delivering supplies to a separate hospital in Gaza had come under fire last week. "It is difficult to answer how this would normally take place [medical evacuation in conflict], because this situation is anything but normal," she said.
Persons: Rick Brennan, Brennan, Ahmed El Mokhallalati, Mai ShamsElDin, Jennifer Rigby, Toby Chopra, Aidan Lewis, Christina Fincher Organizations: United Nations, World Health Organization, Palestinian, International Committee, WHO, Al, ICRC, Thomson Locations: CAIRO, Al Shifa, Gaza, Jerusalem, Egypt, Cairo, Gaza City, Shifa, Al Arish, Turkey
FDA officials don't have the legal authority to force manufacturers to recall their products, and instead rely on companies to “voluntarily” do so. The FDA previously stated it recommended the manufacturer recall the eyedrops on Oct. 25. That suggests agency officials may still be finalizing documentation from the inspection that triggered the latest recall. Agency records show FDA didn't conduct any inspections in India during fiscal year 2021, at the height of the pandemic. CVS Health said in a statement that it previously “stopped the sale in-store and online” of all the eyedrops cited by the FDA.
Persons: , weren't Organizations: WASHINGTON, CVS Health, Target, Rite, Kilitch Healthcare, Food and Drug Administration, FDA, Healthcare, U.S, Velocity Pharma, Agency, COVID, CVS, Cardinal Health, Delsam Pharma, Centers for Disease Control, CDC, Associated Press Health, Science Department, Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Science, Educational Media Group, AP Locations: U.S, Kilitch Healthcare India, Mumbai, Farmingdale, N.Y, India, India’s, Tamil Nadu
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