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

 

The company's Boerne facility houses a progressive manufacturing operation that incorporates many advanced pharmaceutical production technologies.  Production processes are further enhanced through the use of innovative best practices and approaches that ensure both the quality of the products and the most efficient use of resources.  Mission Pharmacal is dedicated to ensuring that its production facilities remain among the most technologically-advanced and environmentally-friendly facilities in the world.

While proud of the legacy and vision of its founder, "to develop and manufacture pharmaceuticals with raw materials of superior quality to ensure the very best and most effective products," Mission Pharmacal looks enthusiastically to the future.  With a number of new drug development efforts in place with current and new service lines, along with plans to expand its partnership efforts with innovative companies both in the United States and overseas, the years ahead promise to be exciting and eventful for the company.  Mission Pharmacal expects to extend its offerings in women's health, urology, pediatrics, and dermatology while adding to its portfolio of consumer nutritional products and introducing new lines as appropriate.

Terry Herring, president of Commercial Operations for Mission Pharmacal, states, "Mission's growth and future continues to rest on our ability as a pharmaceutical company to anticipate and respond to the changing health needs of the world.  Our deep commitment to research and development, matched with our keen interest in providing superior products that meet these changing needs is key to our success."

About Mission Pharmacal

Mission Pharmacal is a privately held pharmaceutical company based in San Antonio, Texas.  For more than 65 years, the company has been committed to meeting the unique healthcare needs of women throughout all stages of life, pediatric patien
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