Tag Archives: lives

  • Lean Biomanufacturing: Keeping Your Eye on the Quality Goal

    … damage of patient’s lives. From experience we know that these situations kill the product commercially and ultimately harm the brand of the company for future pipeline products. So the case for building and maintaining elements necessary to assure appropriate quality standards in a medical products manufacturing process are integral in the overall strategy for production and sale of the product. In more recent times Toyota’s Lean approach to manufacturing has been blamed for the fall in …

  • Pharmaceutical Consultants Broaden the Scope

    … this deadly attack. Still, because we lacked adequate preparedness at the time, the terrorists were able to transform our pork chops into lethal weapons and take the lives of many Americans. Today, however, we are ready for another terrorist attack by the H1N1 virus. Does that sound ludicrous or far-fetched? Really? The August 2010 Report to the President on Reengineering the Influenza Vaccine Production Enterprise to Meet the Challenges of Pandemic Influenza, professes to provide …

  • Glaxo and Pfizer Will Provide Pneumonia Vaccines

    … that are affordable could save 900,000 lives by 2015 and 7 million lives by 2030. Glaxo will deliver 30 million doses and Pfizer an equal amount, for the next 10 years. Pfizer is enhancing its manufacturing capacity to meet the global demand and to deliver Prevenar 13, which can be used in infants and small children throughout more than 40 countries. Jeffrey Kindler, Pfizer Chairman and CEO, affirmed that, “Pfizer is dedicated to broadening access around the world to our medicines, and …

  • What the New Health Care Overhaul Means To You

    … half truths being spoken it is not surprising that the misinformation about health care circulating has confused most Americans. Now the question being asked  by many is what does this change actually mean for them personally and how will it change their lives? While many of the provisions in this bill do not officially start until 2014, there are a few key provisions that will be effective immediately.  One of these provisions is that starting this year, children and young adults will able to …

  • How Will Obama Care Affect the Pharmaceutical Industry?

    … offset at least some of the gains made as a result of having a larger available customer base.  And it has been argued that more expensive, and controversial treatments that would have led to miracle cures, saved lives and higher profit margins will be slower to reach the market under this plan. Given the length of time it will take to create insurance coverage for these millions of Americans who stand to benefit under the bill, it will take some time before the expected benefits will accrue.  …

  • Retirement of Mickey Flynn

    … continued growth of the biosciences in our state and will work to ensure that Pennsylvania Bio continues to provide world-class services and advocacy to assist in the success of our member companies,” said Molineaux. “I look forward to expanding on Mickey’s wonderful legacy.” “I am honored to have spent my career in an industry that is dedicated to improving the lives of people,” said Mickey Flynn.  “Serving as president of Pennsylvania Bio has in many ways been a wonderful …

  • Novel Stem Cell Technology for Bone Fractures Developed

    … university has licensed the immuno-isolation technology to TheraCell Inc. in California since July 2009.  This organization will develop and commercialize this technology thoroughly for advanced regenerative medical purposes, like spinal fusion. The mission of life sciences consulting firms is to help pharmaceutical companies land opportunities like this one, where they are able to change lives for the better, showing care and respect for patients in need, while staying at the head of …

  • Dishonest Marketing in Pharmaceuticals Demands a Big Price to Pay

    … citations has decreased around 85%.  This makes pharma companies believe that the gamble may well be worth the risk. Life sciences consulting firms strive to help companies be their best in an honest and responsible way.  Find someone who can really help your company succeed without sacrificing others’ lives, your personal integrity and your company’s reputation. If you liked this article, tell all your friends about it. They’ll thank you for it. If you have a blog or website, you can …

  • The Tremendous Value of a Virtual Organization

    … around them.  No control or direction is required; instead, these want to display processes that demonstrate leadership, coaching, facilitation, and contracting skills. Virtual organizations help their customers by improving their own performance, careers, and personal lives.   They are collaborative organizations that acknowledge that the old hierarchy-based structures are not valid anymore. Some fundamental values that guide the work of a virtual organization are: –    Steady …

  • Why You Should Be Using Meditation in the Workplace

    … that other companies start to look into it as well.  They have found that individuals who are encouraged to meditate at work, experience a greater sense of calm, not to mention a greater willingness to contribute as well as communicate with other workers.  They have higher job satisfaction, and are more likely to be more productive.  These benefits are not only good for the average employee, who might incorporate meditation into their professional lives, but it is smart for the company as …

  • DTC Genetic Tests…The Good, the Bad and the Future

    … it before hiring for positions. Those who support partial regulation can see both the good and the bad.  Some of the simpler testing could perhaps be left in the hands of the consumer.  The more complicated tests, and those with greater impact on the lives of the consumer, should be administered with both the psychological and medical guidance of the appropriate health care professional. There are also those who fear that a lack of federal regulation would allow genetic testing companies to …

  • Clinical Trial Management

    … which case they could be found negligent. All in all, the FDA prefers this method over any other method because they prefer the duo process involved with outside firms conducting the testing.  There is too much risk, and temptation involved with drug companies approving their own products, after they have spent billions developing them.  They might just overlook certain harmful aspects of the testing process, and many lives could be at risk.  Outside firms are professional, unbiased, and will …