The Sunday Times has reported that while Dublin won maximum points in a competition to host the EMA, so did six other cities

It is understood that Irish authorities are bracing to lose out in the race to host the European Banking Authority and the European Medicines Agency f(...)

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The majority of cancer drugs approved in Europe in recent years entered the market “without clear evidence that they improved survival or quality of (...)

Accelerating the building of new homes in Ireland will be a crucial element in securing investment from companies looking to relocate from London to the EU post-Brexit. Photograph: Getty Images

The Government is pinning a lot of hope on a Brexit bonus. Amid widespread concern about the potential fallout of Britain’s departure from the EU on t(...)

Fianna Fáil social protection spokesman Willie O’Dea  feels his demand for a €5 rise in the State pension and disability and carers allowance will not be fully met.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Fianna Fáil social protection spokesman Willie O’Dea has intervened in budget negotiations to demand social welfare increases. The Sunday Independent (...)

The European Medicines Agency, responsible for monitoring the safety of medical treatments, must relocate from London after Brexit. Photograph: Win McNamee/Getty Images

Losing valuable staff is the major concern in the impending relocation of the European Medicines Agency. The agency which is responsible for the eval(...)

Karen Keely with her partner Kevin and her three adult sons Lee, Lorcan and Harry, who have birth defects after she was prescribed Epilim throughout her pregnancies. Photograph: Alan Betson

An Irish woman has given evidence at a hearing in London about the harmful effects of an epilepsy drug on her children. Karen Keely, from the Foetal (...)

Irish officials  criticised the fact that those working in European institutions were disenfranchised from Irish elections, unlike Irish diplomats living abroad. Photographer: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Irish officials working in the EU institutions have sharply responded to the Government’s attempt to elicit their support as part of Ireland’s effort (...)

Ireland  has seen some €10bn   invested here in the last decade by biopharmaceutical and biologics businesses

It’s an ill wind that doesn’t blow someone some good, but for EU states Brexit has few upsides. One real prize, probably the biggest, is the chance to(...)

Gardasil: the human papilloma virus vaccine protects against cervical and other forms of cancer. Photograph: Voisin/Phanie/Rex/Shutterstock

Almost 650 girls in Ireland reported requiring medical intervention or treatment after receiving the HPV vaccine, according to data collected by the S(...)

Translarna annual cost is  €411,000 per patient. Photograph: PA Wire

A US drugs firm has begun legal action against the Health Service Executive for refusing to fund the treatment of two young boys with a rare genetic c(...)

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