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Spoločnosť Chiesi Group dostáva európske povolenie na uvedenie na trh pre...
Je to prvá extrafine fixná trojkombinácia v jednom inhalátore, ktorá bola schválená na použitie u pacientov so stredne ťažkou až ťažkou...
Skupina Chiesi oznamuje vytvorenie novej globálnej divízie pre zriedkavé ochorenia
Chiesi outlines €350 million investment and announces first carbon minimal pressurised Metered Dose Inhaler (pMDI) for Asthma and COPD
We ACT Day 2019: Chiesi sets itself the challenge of becoming carbon neutral by 2035
Chiesi Group Announces Closing of Licensing Transaction with Santhera for an orphan drug in LHON
Chiesi Group is the largest pharmaceutical group in the world to be awarded B Corp certification
Chiesi and Holostem Announce FDA Orphan Drug Designation for GPLSCD01 for treatment of Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency (LSCD)
Chiesi Group receives the European Marketing Authorisation for Lamzede®▼(velmanase alfa)
TRIBUTE study shows superiority of Chiesi’s Trimbow® (Beclometasone dipropionate (BDP), Formoterol fumarate (FF) and Glycopyrronium (GB)) over Ultibro® (indacaterol/glycopyrronium) in reducing COPD exacerbations1
Chiesi Group receives the European Marketing Authorisation for Trimbow® (inhaled corticosteroid / long-acting β2-agonist / long-acting muscarinic antagonist)
Trimbow® is the first triple combination in a single inhaler for the treatment of COPD to receive positive opinion from the CHMP in Europe
Chiesi Group reports an increased turnover in 2016 and consolidates its global presence
Glybera▼ (alipogene tiparvovec) in Europe
For the second time, Chiesi’s extrafine fixed dose ICS/LABA/LAMA triple therapy earns a place in the pages of The Lancet, with the publication of Chiesi’s TRINITY study.
GOLD 2017 Report: Chiesi Farmaceutici highlights relevant gaps
Chiesi Enhances Asthma Portfolio with Acquisition of Atopix Therapeutics
The Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, has visited Chiesi Farmaceutici Research Center in Parma