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Celebrating 65 Years of Providing Superior Healthcare Products, Mission Pharmacal Continues to Thrive
Date:12/6/2011

SAN ANTONIO, Dec. 6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- For 65 years, Mission Pharmacal Company has remained true to the commitment of its founder H.N. Walsdorf to provide the highest quality healthcare medications and treatments available to consumers.  Even as the global economy continues to be uncertain, this Texas-based company remains steadfast in its loyalty to employees and consumers as it continues to search for more and better prescription and consumer products to add to its four expanding therapeutic areas of focus: women's health, urology, pediatrics, and dermatology.  This passion and fierce determination to provide treatments and therapies for a wide range of conditions and diseases have helped Mission Pharmacal grow to be a recognized leader in the pharmaceutical industry. 

Owned by the Walsdorf family, Mission proudly retains the founder's commitment to quality and innovation.  More than six decades of steady growth and consistent profitability have not shifted Mission's focus that starts with the selection of superior raw materials, continues through state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, and finishes with product packaging that reflects the company's emphasis on patient well-being.

As a family-owned and family-run business, Mission Pharmacal truly recognizes the importance of meeting the market needs of families.  "When a mother is buying healthcare products for her family, we want her to look for the Mission Pharmacal label," says Neill Walsdorf Jr., president of Mission Pharmacal.  "And when she sees that label, we want her to know that she is holding a product of unquestioned effectiveness and unmatched quality.  We intend to keep pace with market needs, wherever that may lead us.  This is our commitment."

Mission Pharmacal extends this commitment to families and the community by partnering with other manufacturers and organizations to support community health programs and fund-raising effor
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