Infant deaths follow vaccine cold breach; Nippon Air unveils pharma service;

> A broken cold chain is being cited in the deaths of four infants following measles vaccination in India. Article

> Nippon Cargo Airlines has launched Pharmacare, a transportation service for temperature-sensitive drugs, based on a global lease agreement with Envirotainer for active temperature-controlled air cargo containers. Release

> Agilent has unveiled ion exchange and size exclusion columns for the analysis of bio-molecules, including monoclonal antibodies and recombinant proteins. Release

> Contract researcher PPD has named Frank Gallo executive director for risk management, to lead development of REMS programs that align with client program goals. Announcement

> The chief minister in Tamil Nadu, India, has ordered health and police departments to take "severe action" against those making and selling fake and expired drugs. Article

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