Lilly "will learn" from theft; Formatech fills for Tracon;

> Eli Lilly's chief security officer says the drugmaker is ensuring that products stolen during the recent $75-million theft from a Connecticut warehouse will be detected if they re-enter the legitimate drug supply, and that the company will learn from this incident. Article

> Contract manufacturer Formatech has selected Tracon Pharmaceuticals as the latest beneficiary of the Fillanthropy Program. The CMO is donating its services for the aseptic fill and finish of one lot of the TRC102 cancer drug candidate to support upcoming clinical trials. Release

> SOTAX dissolution systems for solid dosage forms will now incorporate Pall Acrodisc PSF syringe filters, thanks to a long-term deal for certification solutions that help expedite automated sample processing. Announcement

> DPT Labs has restructured into three centers: Sterile & Specialty Products, Semi-solids & Liquids, and Research & Development. Item

> Ireland needs to supplement its manufacturing activities with process and product development, as well as increasing its RD output, says trade group PharmaChemical Ireland. Article

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