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About Malcolm

Washington DC, USA

+14 year(s) experience

Malcom Spicer
Malcolm has expertly covered the OTC drug and nutritional supplement industries and markets for more than a decade and currently is Senior Editor at Informa Pharma Intelligence’s HBW Insights. He provides authoritative and highly analytical insight into how and why the US Food and Drug Administration regulates OTC drug, including homeopathics, and nutritional supplement manufacturing and marketing and also how companies competing in these industries can most efficiently and effectively comply with FDA regulations, the cornerstone for their success.
Previously, Malcolm covered these industries for the Tan Sheet (now part of HBW Insight), joining the Tan Sheet as Managing Editor in August 2006. He has continued to lead coverage of consumer health products as the consumer sector content has evolved at Informa and he collaborates on coverage strategy with editors at Pink Sheet and other publications. Malcolm also has had experience in covering US health care policy and the global telecommunications industry as well as reporting on topics from litigation to lifestyles, and from crime to commerce for daily newspapers.


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  • Pharmaprojects: 医薬品開発パイプラインのデータベース, Trialtrove: 医療用医薬品の臨床試験情...

    Spotlight on Huntington's Disease for #Rare Disease Day

    Spotlight on Huntington's Disease for #Rare Disease Day

    February 28, 2018 is the eleventh international #Rare Disease Day.  This day is designed to raise awareness about rare diseases and their impact on patient’s lives to public and decision-makers in government and health fields.  Scrutiny of rare diseases is vital as there are approximately 7,000 different types of rare diseases and approximately 80 percent are caused by faulty genes [1].  This paper will focus on one, Huntington’s Disease (HD).

    Topic rare-disease

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