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Europe Looks to Tighten Supply Chains

The last nine months have seen a complete re-evaluation of the risks inherent in global pharma supply chains. COVID-19 forced a doubletake in C-suites, but concern was already well on…

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Pharma Trends for 2021

After 2020, trying to predict anything at all seems a bit reckless. Most of us are still trying to wrap our heads around last year — and hoping this year…

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While the U.S. Worries Over Supply Chains, India Seeks Solutions: Atmanirbhar Bharat

Starting in March, PPE – personal protective equipment, including gloves, gowns and face masks – became as valuable as gold…and nearly as rare. During a media briefing on March 27,…

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2020: Looking Forward & Listening to Customers to Address Pharma Needs

2020 is here and we’re starting the New Year off right. We’re listening closer to – and learning more from – you, our customers. Last November’s CPhI Frankfurt provided valuable…

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A Few Words on Pharma Innovation…

At just about the same time we were going to write on the state of peptides (key takeaways: yes – still growing, lots of promise, more drugs in the pipeline),…

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From the Neuland Reading Room

I thought I’d share some good reads this month. Have you checked out these articles? What did you think? 1989 to Present: PharmTech Highlights 30 Years of Bio/Pharma PharmTech tackles…

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On SABAM, Cyanide and Safety

Levetiracetam, an epilepsy medication used for partial onset, myoclonic or tonic-clonic seizures, was first approved for medical use in the United States in 1999. As a drug, it boasts excellent…

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How Pharma Controls Generic & NCE Manufacturing Costs by Backward Integrating APIs Ingredients

The pharma industry is facing some outsized business challenges at present – from burgeoning trade wars to downward-pricing pressures and increased regulatory scrutiny. More than one conversation our team members…

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Pharma Tech Transfer Gets Collaborative

Drug manufacturing technology transfer is one of the most complicated and demanding processes in the drug company-contract development organization relationship. There is one overriding deliverable that must go right –…

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Pharma API Supply Chains: Mitigating Risk

The risks to pharmaceutical supply chains grow in parallel with the industry itself. As drug markets have become increasingly complex and global in nature, so – too – have drug…

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