Thailand – Prepare for Supply Chain Success

Jan 21, 2015

This month, Sue Lee of World Courier takes us to the Kingdom of Thailand, the Land of the Free and the only country in South-east Asia that was never colonised by Europeans. Here, infectious diseases represent a significant public health ...

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Lex Parsimoniae Applied to CNS Trial Design

Jan 21, 2015

Compared to other therapeutic areas, CNS drug candidates have a lower probability of success and a longer development path. Since even some of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world do not consider CNS a core therapeutic area for research ...

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New Sunscreen Approval – Why So Complicated?

Jan 21, 2015

Benefits of sunscreen use (SPF 15+) are widely accepted and topically-applied sunscreen product use is a billion dollar industry. Walter Chalkley of Cortellis Regulatory Intelligence, part of Thomson Reuters, provides an overview of the market, showing that whereas the benefits ...

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Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy

Jan 21, 2015

Hypertension is the most commonly occurring medical complication in pregnancy. Anywhere from 2-8% of pregnancies are characterised by pre-eclampsia or some other hypertensive-related disorder which, collectively, account for 16% maternal deaths. Dr Winter and Bobby Stutz of Actor Medical argue ...

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