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New mental health programme

11.11.2008

Warsaw – In August, the lower chamber of the Polish parliament approved a 31m EUR programme for the protection of mental health to run from 2009-2013.
The programme, which is to be financed from the state budget and EU funds, will focus on modernising the existing mental health care system and building more medical facilities for patients. According to statistics compiled by the Polish national health ministry, the number of mentally ill people in the country has risen in recent years, but expansion of treatment facilities and numbers of personnel working in those facilities failed to keep up.

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09.05.2011

Krakow –Polish drug discovery company Selvita has entered into definitive agreements with investors in Poland to sell, in a private placement, 2.7 million shares of its stock at a price of PLN 5.5 per share, resulting in gross...

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06.04.2011

Krakow – Polish drug discovery specialist Selvita S.A. is to carry out virtual compound screening for a protein target provided by the Branford-based Institutes for Pharmaceutical Discovery (IPD) in the US. Selvita said the...

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04.04.2011

Warsaw – Poland’s policy concerning genetically modified organisms (GMOs) has been challenged by the European Commission. In mid-March, the Commission sued Poland at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) for establishing a ban on...

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25.02.2011

Szczecin/Greifswald – In Greifswald, the consensus in mid-March at the “Life Science for Health Economy – Chances and Challenges in Polish-German Cooperation” meeting was that the life sciences would benefit remarkably from...

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06.02.2011

Warsaw – Polish drugmaker Bioton S.A. and Iceland-based generics firm Actavis Group ptc announced in January that they are entering into a marketing and distribution collaboration agreement for Bioton’s insulins and insulin...

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04.11.2010

Warsaw – Merck, Sharp & Dome Polska is to expand its clinical research in the country. The company announced it is investing about US$ 50m in the creation of a data management centre where data from clinical trials conducted in...

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19.09.2010

Warsaw – Polish Agriculture Minister Marek Sawicki has sharply criticised the European Commission’s proposal to let EU member states decide on their own whether or not to plant genetically mod­i­fied crops. “This proposal is not...

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18.09.2010

Krakow – Polish drug developer Selvita sp. z o.o. and Finnish drug and diagnostic firm Orion Corporation (Espoo) have entered into a global collaboration to jointly develop and commercialise Selvita’s oral compound SEL103 as a...

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10.07.2010

Warsaw – While industrial biotechnology companies such as Royal DSM or Novozymes have welcomed new EU climate goals, believing they will provide a kickstart for a bio-based economy, eastern European countries like Bulgaria, the...

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09.07.2010

Kraków/ Espoo – Finland’s Orion Corp and Polish drugmaker Selvita have agreed to collaborate on research and development of Selvita’s oral Alzheimer compound SEL103 program in multiple cognitive disorder indications. According to...

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