World Pharmaceutical Frontiers March 2012 - Page 1

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Latest World Pharmaceutical Frontiers March 2012 Update

Why wholesalers need to run a tight ship 01 February, 2012 With the growing threat of falsified drugs, especially online,... > read more

Buying niche and new businesses 01 February, 2012 The pharmaceutical industry’s most significant mergers and acquisitions...

Delivering the goods: drug delivery in a competitive market 01 February, 2012 Despite the growth in the biologics drug market, biopharma companies...

The cold chain: ensuring a smooth ride 01 February, 2012 A stable and secure cold chain is critical to ensuring the efficacy...

Got your number: combating counterfeiting across Europe 01 February, 2012 Every day, counterfeit pharmaceuticals infiltrate the EU supply chain and...

Sustainable growth: pharma goes green 01 February, 2012 World Pharmaceutical Frontiers examines the key findings from the latest...

Crystal clear: production of co-crystals 01 February, 2012 A new method of producing co-crystals has the capability to improve...

Small impact, big rewards: global pharma vs climate change 01 February, 2012 Climate change has a huge effect on healthcare and the role...

Push for paperless clinical trials 01 February, 2012 The vital task of collating clinical data during a trial is a...

Partnerships that ease pain 01 February, 2012 The Innovative Medicines Initiative is planning to call for new proposals...

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