News of Note—McKesson relaunches pharma services

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Here is some news of note for the week: 

 > McKesson has relaunched its biopharmaceutical services business. Release

> The EMA says it may seek to order fluoroquinolone and quinolone antibiotics off the market following a review of disabling and potentially long-lasting side effects. Announcement

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> Vetter is expanding its secondary packaging operations, adding a second building to its Ravensburg site which will be ready in 2020. Release

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