Press Releases

05 Dec 2017

Escher Study Identifies Hurdles to ATMP Development in Europe

First results of a study into factors associated with successful development of Advanced Therapy Medicinal Products (ATMPs) were reported today by Utrecht University at European Biopharmaceuti...

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23 Nov 2017

EBE and EFPIA call for policy support to make personalised medicine a reality for patients

Ahead of the first congress of the European Alliance for Personalised Medicine (EAPM) “Personalising your health: A global imperative!” on 27-30 November 2017 in Belfast, the Joint EBE-EFPIA Perso...

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10 Oct 2017

EBE and EFPIA call on the EU Commission and Member States to improve transparency on Hospital Exemptions for Advanced Therapies

“Therapies for the future - Exploring solutions for innovative treatments in Europe” will take place at the European Parliament  on 11 October 2017. In advance of this significant discussion...

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27 Sep 2017

ARM, EBE, EFPIA and EuropaBio jointly publish a series of proposals to streamline requirements and accelerate approvals of clinical trials with new therapies that consist of or contain Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in Europe

The Alliance for Regenerative Medicine (ARM), the European Biopharmaceutical Enterprises (EBE), the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) and EuropaBio jointly publish a series of proposals to streamline requirements and accelerate approvals of clinical trials with new therapies that consist of or contain Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in Europe....

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29 Jun 2017

EFPIA, EBE and Vaccines Europe Back EU Leadership in Sustainable, Collaborative Fight Against AMR

The launch of the European Commission’s Action Plan on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) confirms the EU’s determination to take a leading role in combatting this phenomenon, by proposing concrete and innovative solutions to benefit patients worldwide....

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26 Apr 2017

Intellectual Property: the key to innovation and survival for small and medium-sized biopharma companies

Today is World Intellectual Property day, an opportunity to reflect on the relevance of intellectual property rights to society where invention and innovation is valued for the greater benefit of all. ...

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09 Mar 2017

EBE, EFPIA and IFPMA Have Today Launched a Position Paper Entitled “Considerations for Physicians on Switching Decisions Regarding Biosimilars”

Switching describes a physician's decision to exchange one product that a patient receives for another. With the introduction of biosimilars, physicians may be encouraged to switch patients from an original biologic (reference product) to any of its biosimilars (or vice versa) in order to reduce costs. ...

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16 Feb 2017

EBE and EFPIA support ARM Initiative on Hospital Exemptions and Call for Increased Transparency on All Advanced Cell, Gene and Tissue Therapies

The European Biopharmaceutical Enterprises (EBE) and the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations (EFPIA) today express their support for key aspects of the “Positio...

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19 Oct 2016

EFPIA and EBE Welcome NOR-SWITCH Results as a Valuable Step Forward

EFPIA and EBE welcome the results of the NOR-SWITCH study on biosimilar switching* and acknowledge its preliminary results as a step in the right direction of robust data generation that continues to enhance physician and patient confidence in using biosimilars. EFPIA and EBE also welcome the effort of the Norwegian authorities and investigators to initiate and carry out the NOR-SWITCH study....

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19 Sep 2016

The European biotech ecosystem: EBE position paper recommends how to make funding go further

Brussels, 19 September 2016 The European Biopharmaceutical Enterprises (EBE) today published a White Paper that scrutinises funding available for innovative biopharmaceutical entrepreneurs in Europe and explores why fewer successful businesses are built in Europe – despite our exceptional science – than in other world regions....

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