Biopharma cold-chain market forecast

The 9th edition of Pharmaceutical Commerce’s Biopharma Cold Chain Sourcebook details a trend that has continued almost since the first edition in 2008: biologics are entering the market at substantially higher rate than small-molecule drugs; combined with the growth of […]

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Pharma traceability lumbers along

The modernization of the US drug supply chain is now halfway through the timeline set by the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA): it’s been five years since the law was passed, and in five years (if all goes according […]

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The Hub Services Wheel keeps Rolling Along

The year 2017 was another one with more launches of specialty pharmaceuticals than conventional mass-market ones, continuing the shift of the branded pharma industry into the branded specialty pharma one. This shift has been generating more and more business for […]

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2017 Hub Services report

Nature, as we’re told, abhors a vacuum. In the past, as new specialty pharmaceutical products came onto the market, a vacuum of sorts developed as healthcare providers (HCPs), pharmacists and the drugmakers themselves realized that the new drugs needed additional […]

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Healthcare confronts opioid addiction

The slim hope that the growing opioid addiction crisis could be controlled by restricting access to prescription opioids—the abuse of which has been the starting point for many addicts—is slipping away as illegally manufactured opioid pills (some of them counterfeit […]

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