Manufacturing News of Note—Halix boosts viral vector production; FDA reassures patients taking blood pressure meds

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Here is some news of note for the week: 

> Halix, a CDMO in the Netherlands, says it completed a five-level production facility for making viral vaccines and viral vectors as well as protein manufacturing at its site in Leiden. Release

> The FDA issued a statement to try to ease consumer concerns over the risks of contaminated sartan drugs. Statement

> The Novo Nordisk Foundation has awarded $27 million in grants to help the improve pharmaceutical processes to be easier on the environment. Release

> CDMO Sterling Pharma Solutions has started large-scale production of silica particles. Release

> Biocon says its insulin facility in Malaysia has been approved by the EU. Release

> Orano Med says it is investing €15 million in facilities in France and the U.S. to develop treatments using radioactive properties. Story

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