pharma Archive

Medical Versus Non-Medical Weight Loss: Breaking Down 3 Popular Approaches

Given that the most of the public struggles with weight loss, people are always on the lookout for a “quick fix” or “miracle” solution that will help them drop those problem pounds. However, there are pros and cons to just about any weight loss treatment, medical or otherwise. In most cases, a combination of cost,

Three Effective Medical and Non-Medical Weight Loss Strategies That Aren’t Exercise

We often hear stats thrown around which note that approximately two-thirds of Americans are either overweight or obese. The question remains: if this is the case, why aren’t people doing something about their condition? The fact remains that most of the public at large is uninformed about their options for weight loss. While diet and

How Technology Is Speeding up the Drug Development Process

On average, it takes up to 10 years and $2.6 billion to bring a new drug to market, according to data collected by the Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development. This includes both the drugs that successfully make it to market — about 12 percent — and those that fail at some point

At $800 Million, Costly New Drug Developments Demand Consistency

According to information provided in the Congressional Budget Office’s 2006 study, Research and Development in the Pharmaceutical Industry, it costs pharmaceutical companies an average of 12 years and $800 million dollars to create and bring to market a drug that is based on a new molecular entity (NME). In sharp contrast, drugs that are based on

Boost production with the help of active pharmaceutical ingredients

Chemicals play a prominent role in our lives and using these medicines or chemicals people’s health can be improved. Pharma industry is trying to enhance people’s health and this has initiated, boosted the production active pharmaceutical ingredients by the API manufacturing units. Scientists and doctors are continuously striving to develop new ingredients to prepare chemicals.