Many High Street pharmacies in England face closure, says minister – BBC News #pharmaceutical #suppliers

Posted On Apr 16 2017 by

#pharmacies # Many High Street pharmacies in England face closure, says minister Thousands of High Street pharmacies in England face closure following plans to cut NHS funding by £170m, according to Health Minister Alistair Burt. Department of Health officials argue that in some parts of the country there are more pharmacies than needed. But the Royal Pharmaceutical Society says this could put more pressure on GPs and accident and emergency departments. Discussions on the proposals will continue until March. Official estimates suggest an average community pharmacy, as opposed to one within a hospital, receives about £220,000 in NHS funding each …


This Biotechnology Company Run By High Schoolers Is Developing A Flying Syringe #cro #pharma

Posted On Apr 14 2017 by

#biotechnology company # This Biotechnology Company Run By High Schoolers Is Developing A “Flying Syringe” Editor s Note Maria Dvorozniak, the Project Coordinator at Bergen County Technical Schools tells that in fact No grant proposal has ever been submitted. Joshua Meier. CEO of biotechnology company Provita Pharmaceuticals, spends about 20 hours a week on research projects in the various labs at his disposal. In January, the company gave a presentation to the FDA on its work with the flying syringe, a tool that uses mosquitoes as a vector to deliver vaccines to those who need them. Provita has also submitted …


Many High Street pharmacies in England face closure, says minister – BBC News #cafe #pharma #takeda

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#pharmacies # Many High Street pharmacies in England face closure, says minister Thousands of High Street pharmacies in England face closure following plans to cut NHS funding by £170m, according to Health Minister Alistair Burt. Department of Health officials argue that in some parts of the country there are more pharmacies than needed. But the Royal Pharmaceutical Society says this could put more pressure on GPs and accident and emergency departments. Discussions on the proposals will continue until March. Official estimates suggest an average community pharmacy, as opposed to one within a hospital, receives about £220,000 in NHS funding each …


9 Investigates: Local doctors paid high sums from pharmaceutical companies #pharmaceutical #manufacturing #industry

Posted On Apr 6 2017 by

#pharmaceutical companies in charlotte nc # SIGN IN Sign Up / Sign In Sign Up / Sign In You’re Almost Done! REGISTER Thank you for registering! Thank you for registering! Create a new password Email sent Sign in to complete account merge Why are we asking this? Resend Email Verification Resend Email Verification Your Verification Email Has Been Sent 9 Investigates: Local doctors paid high sums from pharmaceutical companies CHARLOTTE, N.C. – New federal legislation will help state officials track which local doctors are getting paid big bucks from pharmaceutical companies. Those payments will be tracked through Medicaid. In less …


No Justification for High Drug Prices #ascendis #pharma

Posted On Apr 5 2017 by

#pharmaceutical companies in new york # The New York Times No Justification for High Drug Prices By THE EDITORIAL BOARD December 19, 2015 There is ample evidence that drug prices have been pushed to astronomical heights for no reason other than the desire of drug makers to maximize profits. Prices in many cases far exceed what’s needed to cover the costs of research and clinical trials, and some companies have found ways to rake in profits even without shouldering the cost of drug development. The two worst offenders are bottom feeders that simply buy companies they believe have underpriced their …


Many High Street pharmacies in England face closure, says minister – BBC News #new #pharmaceuticals

Posted On Mar 28 2017 by

#pharmacies # Many High Street pharmacies in England face closure, says minister Thousands of High Street pharmacies in England face closure following plans to cut NHS funding by £170m, according to Health Minister Alistair Burt. Department of Health officials argue that in some parts of the country there are more pharmacies than needed. But the Royal Pharmaceutical Society says this could put more pressure on GPs and accident and emergency departments. Discussions on the proposals will continue until March. Official estimates suggest an average community pharmacy, as opposed to one within a hospital, receives about £220,000 in NHS funding each …


This Biotechnology Company Run By High Schoolers Is Developing A Flying Syringe #pharma #med

Posted On Mar 25 2017 by

#biotechnology company # This Biotechnology Company Run By High Schoolers Is Developing A “Flying Syringe” Editor s Note Maria Dvorozniak, the Project Coordinator at Bergen County Technical Schools tells that in fact No grant proposal has ever been submitted. Joshua Meier. CEO of biotechnology company Provita Pharmaceuticals, spends about 20 hours a week on research projects in the various labs at his disposal. In January, the company gave a presentation to the FDA on its work with the flying syringe, a tool that uses mosquitoes as a vector to deliver vaccines to those who need them. Provita has also submitted …


This Biotechnology Company Run By High Schoolers Is Developing A Flying Syringe #bayer #pharma

Posted On Feb 8 2017 by

#biotechnology company # This Biotechnology Company Run By High Schoolers Is Developing A “Flying Syringe” Editor s Note Maria Dvorozniak, the Project Coordinator at Bergen County Technical Schools tells that in fact No grant proposal has ever been submitted. Joshua Meier. CEO of biotechnology company Provita Pharmaceuticals, spends about 20 hours a week on research projects in the various labs at his disposal. In January, the company gave a presentation to the FDA on its work with the flying syringe, a tool that uses mosquitoes as a vector to deliver vaccines to those who need them. Provita has also submitted …


No Justification for High Drug Prices #pakistan #pharma #guide

Posted On Feb 5 2017 by

#pharmaceutical companies in new york # The New York Times No Justification for High Drug Prices By THE EDITORIAL BOARD December 19, 2015 There is ample evidence that drug prices have been pushed to astronomical heights for no reason other than the desire of drug makers to maximize profits. Prices in many cases far exceed what’s needed to cover the costs of research and clinical trials, and some companies have found ways to rake in profits even without shouldering the cost of drug development. The two worst offenders are bottom feeders that simply buy companies they believe have underpriced their …


Pharmaceutical industry gets high on fat profits – BBC News #pharmaceutical #market #size

Posted On Jan 22 2017 by

#pharmaceutical industries # Pharmaceutical industry gets high on fat profits Imagine an industry that generates higher profit margins than any other and is no stranger to multi-billion dollar fines for malpractice. Throw in widespread accusations of collusion and over-charging, and banking no doubt springs to mind. In fact, the industry described above is responsible for the development of medicines to save lives and alleviate suffering, not the generation of profit for its own sake. Pharmaceutical companies have developed the vast majority of medicines known to humankind, but they have profited handsomely from doing so, and not always by legitimate means. …