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Appointments at Cadence Pharmaceuticals

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Cadence Pharmaceuticals (US) has appointed Dr Todd Rich to the company's board of directors and named Malcolm Lloyd-Smith senior vice-president of regulatory affairs and quality assurance. Mr Lloyd-Smith assumes the role previously held by Malvina Laudicina, who resigned from the company; he was previously vice-president and head of global regulatory affairs at Elan Pharmaceuticals. Dr Rich is vice-president of development regulatory, medical information, drug safety, quality and compliance at Genentech.

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