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AAI/CML Launches ProForm Select

February 5, 2016

Aligns solid-state, process chemistry and formulation development services

AAIPharma Services Corp. / Cambridge Major Laboratories, Inc. (AAI/CML), has launched an integrated service offering for solid state chemistry and formulation development to help pharma/biopharma clients maintain stability in drug development. ProForm Select aligns solid-state, process chemistry and formulation development centers of excellence in Weert, The Netherlands, Germantown, WI and Wilmington, NC.  According to the company, these groups are focused on designing efficient, robust and scalable processes to progress APIs from early development to final dosage form. 
 
"We are excited to announce this integrated offering, which couples solid state, process chemistry and formulation development, allowing AAI/CML to make a value-added impact in our customers' progression towards clinical and commercial success. Our centers of excellence in Weert, Germantown and Wilmington are geared toward finding proactive solutions to address the increasing API process and Drug Product formulation development complexity of clinical candidates," stated Syed T. Husain, chief commercial officer.

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