Intelligent pill cap monitors patient compliance; India says WHO confuses counterfeit and patent issues;

> India and Thailand have called for an end to the World Health Organization's involvement in the International Medical Products Anti-Counterfeiting Taskforce, saying WHO is confusing counterfeit issues with patent protection. Article

> Vitality GlowCap, an intelligent pill bottle cap that uses light, sound and a cellular network to help track patient adherence to drug regimen, has won the innovation category in the Compliance Package of the Year awards. Release

> Contract manufacturer DPT Labs has completed a $15 million expansion of its 450,000-square-foot Center of Excellence for Semi-solids & Liquids in San Antonio. Article

> Wyeth is suing Quality King Distributors, claiming the distributor tallied $1.3 million in payments from the drugmaker based on phony returns in a 2007 recall of Robitussin and Dimetapp medications. Item

> White particles in some vials of the anti-inflammatory Dyloject have prompted the recall of all batches in the U.K. by Therabel, a licensee of Javelin Pharmaceuticals. Release

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