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European Pharmaceutical Contractor
European Pharmaceutical Contractor
The journal is designed to fill a unique position in pharmaceutical contractor publishing.
International Clinical Trials
International Clinical Trials
ICT is a specialist journal designed to provide global coverage of key topics pertinent to the clinical trials sector.
European Biopharmaceutical Review
European Biopharmaceutical Review
EBR is well-recognised for providing beneficial information to players in the bio-industry including entrepreneurial biopharmaceutical and life science companies
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Packing Sourcer
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Packing Sourcer
PMPS is a specialist journal designed to provide worldwide coverage of a range of topics relating to the pharmaceutical manufacturing and packaging sector.
Innovations in Pharmaceutical Technology
Innovations in Pharmaceutical Technology
IPT was launched in 1997 to provide the pharmaceutical industry with quality information on the latest cutting-edge technologies.
Uniform Data

One for All

To create a complete picture of the drug development world, clinical trial management system data should be collated to enable a common data-sharing platform between businesses, say DrugDev’s Claire Sears and Graeme Benson.

Proof Positive

Across therapy areas – from vaccines to Alzheimer's to dermatology – electronic source data is having an impact. Case studies outlined by Ann Neuer at Medical deScriptions show how it goes beyond just cost savings and condensed timelines, with eSource now helping to drive clinical innovation and decision-making.
Case Study: Schistosomiasis

Positive Action

Schistosomiasis is one of the most prevalent – yet often neglected – parasitic diseases. Elly Kourany-Lefoll, Jennifer Keiser and Remco de Vrueh at the Pediatric Praziquantel Consortium explain how a recent collaboration hopes to formulate readily administrable treatments.

The End of the Line
The End of the Line

Don’t Worry, Be Happy

Richard Harrop
believes that happiness lies in thinking ahead, particularly when it comes to thermal packaging. By fully considering the eventualities before they occur, companies can worry less in the future.



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New Methodology Offers Earlier Cardiac Safety Characterisation and Significant Cost Savings

On 12 December 2014, the FDA hosted a full day Cardiac Safety Research Consortium (CSRC) meeting to release the results of the IQ-CSRC Study, demonstrating the ability to conduct robust cardiac safety characterisation several years earlier than current practice in clinical development.
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By 2016, world sales of cold-chain drugs and biologics such as vaccines and blood plasma products will near $240 billion1. The increase has led to a surge in discussion about how to protect these products throughout the transportation logistics cycle. Industry experts are recommending that the term “cold chain” be eliminated from rules, guidance and best-practice documents. “Cold chain” now includes a broader spectrum of temperature ranges, such as controlled room temperature (CRT). This white paper focuses on the initial steps required to establish a temperature-sensitive supply chain.
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Industry Events

Clinical Trial Supply New England

10-11 March 2015, Boston, USA

We are delighted to announce the Clinical Trial Supply New Englandconference will be taking place in Boston on the 10th and 11th March 2015. Building on the growing success of this conference, the 3rd annual event will once again provide a unique platform for discussion and debate into the biggest challenges currently facing the clinical supply chain.
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