Thorsten Sogding, Daniel Canton, Daniel Haines, Uwe Rothhaar, SCHOTT Pharma Services || June 2, 2015 As the demands that are being placed on the quality and stability of medications continue to increase, the interactions that take place between the primary packaging container and filled drug product are becoming increasingly important
Walt Berghahn , Healthcare Compliance Packaging Council (HCPC) || June 2, 2015 Spurred by several trends including the patent cliff, new product launches and changes in healthcare, the contract packaging market is looking at sustained growth in the years ahead
Stephanie Mowery, Sherri Rinker, Franklin Spriggs and Bo Kowalcyk , AIT Bioscience || June 2, 2015 Moving forward clinical studies will have to include a comparative assessment of
pharmacokinetics and immunogenicity to the original reference biologic drug
Patricia Hurley, Joan Boren and Costantino Congiatu, PPD || June 2, 2015 More than $60 billion worth of patents on biological products are expiring before 2020, representing a major opportunity for the pharmaceutical industry.
Joseph Iacobucci and Damian Gant , Clinical Supplies and Xcelience || September 8, 2014 Getting packaged investigational materials dispensed to the patients taking part in clinical trials, on time and correctly, requires orchestrating myriad activities. Outsourcing makes the process even more complex. This series of articles presents tips on how to do it right.