GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Australia reported to the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) sales revenue of $906m in 2014 for its continuing operations and a profit before tax of $22m.
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Nominations for GSK’s Award for Research Excellence (ARE) open today for the 35th year running. The longstanding award acknowledges outstanding Australian researchers and their work and is accompanied by an $80K grant to assist the winner on their research journey.
GSK advises supply of new quadrivalent (four-strain) influenza vaccine, Fluarix® Tetra, recently launched in Australia and available for private sale, is no longer available for the remainder of the 2015 influenza season due to high levels of demand.
In 2014, GSK Australia made payments totalling $3,466,951 to healthcare professionals (HCPs) and health-related organisations (HCOs) for grants, sponsorships and consultancy fees related to chairing and speaking at meetings, assistance with training and participation in advisory boards.
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GSK provides £50,000 donation to Save the Children to support relief efforts following Tropical Cyclone Pam.
GlaxoSmithKline plc (LSE/NYSE: GSK) announces that its three-part transaction with Novartis has completed today.
MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA and MUMBAI, INDIA, 3 March, 2015 - GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (Reuters: SUN.BO, Bloomberg: SUNP IN, NSE: SUNPHARMA, BSE:524715, “Sun Pharma”) today announced that their respective wholly owned subsidiaries have reached an agreement related to GSK’s Opiates business in Australia.
Regrettably, Zovirax Ophthalmic Ointment (aciclovir 3%) continues to be impacted by a global supply constraint and is unlikely to be available in Australia prior to September 2015.
More children from the world’s poorest countries are being vaccinated against more diseases than ever before. This is a good thing and has been made possible by unprecedented cooperation between governments, NGOs and pharmaceutical companies.
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