Can Diamond Make Drug Authentication “Flawless?”
Pharmaceutical industry insiders estimate that more than $350 billion worth of counterfeit drugs are now sold around the world each year. In addition to diverting revenue from manufacturers and distributors, falsified medicines are also putting patients at risk. They are often not manufactured to even minimum quality standards, which can reduce their efficacy. In addition, in many cases they contain dangerous impurities that pose significant safety hazards.
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Protecting Products To Save Lives: Securing The Pharma Supply Chain
Over the past decade the world market for pharmaceuticals has nearly doubled, reaching a total value of approximately $1 trillion. While the industry will continue to develop, its days of consistent high growth appear to be over – a casualty of multiple factors, including healthcare spending cost control efforts, the demise of the ‘blockbuster’ drug and the rise of generics.
What To Do When Spare Components Aren't Available For Your Packaging Machine
Even the most durable packaging machine will need spare parts sooner or later. But what is to be done if the necessary electronic components are no longer available?
Precise Filling and Inspection Equipment Fighting Against Diabetes Mellitus
Diabetes mellitus is the first non-infectious disease that has taken on the magnitude of a pandemic. For diabetes patients, the independent administration of insulin is now a lot easier. Due to their shape, the pens can not only be transported more conveniently, they can also be applied “en route” without attracting attention.
Private Branding: How On-Demand Color Labeling Can Add Value To The Growing Generics Market
The generics market has taken off in recent years due to numerous patent expirations for brand-name companies. In light of this, pharmaceutical manufacturers, insurance companies and consumers, in search of significant cost savings, have turned towards the generics industry.
Selecting Robots For Use In Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Robots can carry out pharmaceutical manufacturing tasks faster, more consistently and more cost-effectively than manual labor.
Clinical Trial Logistics In Africa: Ensuring Quality, Compliance And Control
Today’s Africa has increasingly become a source of fascination for pharmaceutical researchers drawn to the study and control of both communicable diseases such as malaria, tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS as well as diseases of the developed world like cancer, diabetes, hypertension and chronic respiratory disease. By World Courier