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Abuse of Endo's second-generation Opana ER formulation implicated in Indiana HIV epidemic

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that a formulation of Endo's pain med, Opana ER--that's supposed to be difficult to crush--is responsible for an outbreak of HIV in southern Indiana, because the changes made it easier to prepare the drug for more dangerous intravenous or subcutaneous injection.

Endo plans $1.75B stock sale to help cover Par buy

Endo hasn't quite wrapped up its $8 billion deal for generics maker Par Pharmaceutical, recently agreeing to a loan package to speed things along. Now, the drugmaker is hoping to move one step closer to the finish line by launching a $1.75 billion stock sale.

Endo sews up $9.2B financing for Par Pharma buyout

Earlier this week, Endo inked a pact to nab Par Pharmaceutical for $8 billion. But to do that, it'll need a loan, and it's agreed to a $9.275 billion loan package to back the acquisition.

Endo to buy Par Pharma for $8B to bulk up in injectables

Endo is acquiring Par Pharmaceutical for $8 billion. It adds about 100 products from Par, such as generic injectables worth $1.3 billion in 2014 sales.

Endo, BDSI get positive results from pivotal trial of pain-fighting buccal film

Endo Pharmaceuticals and BioDelivery Sciences International announced positive results from two Phase III studies of their Belbuca buccal film to manage severe chronic pain by quickly delivering buprenorphine via the inside of the cheek. The candidate uses BDSI's BioErodible MucoAdhesive delivery platform.

Endo scoops up Par Pharma for $8B to gain ground in injectables

After Endo lost Salix earlier this year, analysts didn't think there would be much left for the drugmaker in terms of M&A. But now, the company is snatching up generics maker Par Pharmaceutical for $8 billion, getting its hands on the company's generic drug portfolio to expand its offerings and generate long-term growth.

Endo plots a double-sized salesforce, new DTC push for Stendra relaunch

Not satisfied with the way its new purchase Auxilium had handled Stendra marketing, Endo plans to relaunch the erectile dysfunction med, which it sells in partnership with Vivus. Endo is doubling the size of the Stendra salesforce, rolling out a new DTC effort, and keeping a close eye on inventory levels, which had built up too much for its taste.

Endo plots a relaunch of Auxilium's ED med, complete with new salesforce and DTC

Upon buying up Auxilium--which markets Vivus' erectile dysfunction drug Stendra--Endo decided wholesale inventory levels weren't where they ought to be. Its solution? A relaunch of the drug, complete with a new salesforce and DTC efforts.

Boston Sci partners with Brainlab, as revenue outlook goes flat and legal costs weigh

Boston Scientific is looking determinedly toward the future with a new partnership with deep brain stimulation player Brainlab and positive data for its peripheral artery disease drug-eluting stent. But the past keeps weighing upon it as litigation costs pile up from vaginal mesh lawsuits and the recent settlement with Johnson & Johnson over the long-standing Guidant dispute.

Endo's shown it's willing to spend. But with Salix gone, what's left worth buying?

As Endo showed last week with its failed $10 billion bid for North Carolina's Salix, it's willing to shell out some serious dough if the right target comes along. The question is, what's left?