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Tag Archives: GlaxoSmithKline

GSK long-acting HIV injection succeeds in study

GlaxoSmithKline’s prospective two-monthly two-drug injection to treat HIV was as effective as a monthly dose of the same regimen in maintaining viral suppression at 48 weeks in a late-stage study, the British drugmaker said. The long-acting needle-based combination of its drug cabotegravir and Janssen’s treatment rilpivirine met its main goal ...

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GSK brings back bonuses for some sales reps

LONDON: British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline said it will reintroduce incentive payments for sales representatives in some countries to retain talent after stopping them for years in the wake of scandals over illegal sales practices. Loosening the reins on bonuses will “uphold our ethical and values-led approach to (healthcare professional) engagement, in ...

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GlaxoSmithKline considers splitting up the group

REUTERS: GlaxoSmithKline Plc is considering a break-up of the group after investors pressed the company’s board to spin off its consumer division, the Financial Times reported on Friday (Jul 20). GSK Chairman Philip Hampton has been in discussions with the group’s biggest shareholders about the creation of a standalone pharma ...

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