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World Pharma Today latest Issue August 2018


Every issue of our magazine consists of over 100 pages of the latest news and articles from the pharmaceutical sector.
We aim at providing a quality and engaging editorial for our prestigious audience. Contributions for our magazine are sought from professional experts of the sector. We are willing to include you in our editorial mix. The interactive links throughout the magazine lead to additional supporting information to give our readership a highly informative experience and relevant information at their fingertips.

Current data collection practices in clinical research are facing many challenges. There is a broad recognition that issues prevail with the current clinical research data collection processes and systems.

Being a life sciences researcher today involves being inundated with data from every direction. Every day, new studies are published, conferences held, and experiments conducted.

Increasingly elaborate international clinical trials are demanding a smarter, streamlined approach from supply partners and better collaboration with sponsors.

As the global logistics and supply chain industry continues to grow — it is expected to reach $15.5 trillion by 2023 — pharmaceutical companies are facing more hurdles than ever to monitor their cargo as it passes through the supply chain.

Biotechnologically manufactured drugs are one of the most important pharmaceutical trends of the past years. Especially in cancer therapy, the advent of antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) has opened the door for new, extremely promising treatment options.

Coating technologies reduce particulate generation by up to 96% in pharmaceutical manufacturing.

Historically, companies not keeping abreast of marketing trends have not fared well. Consider the demise of the once highly successful computer company Wang Laboratories.

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