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Chemists prepare for face-off with manufacturers

...ciation. The latter is a member body of over 5,000 retail druggists & chemists spread across the country hea...have either started or planning to start their own retail outlets. Mr. Shah claims that Subiksha Group from South India has already firmly entrenched itself i...

Ranbaxy gets US FDA approval for Lisinopril

...Laboratories Ltd, RPI expects to be able to access retail pharmacy outlets, wholesalers, hospitals and generic distributors in the US, only post - June 2002. Sales in 2000 for Lisinopril touched $ 1.2 billion. It is sold under two brands in the US market , of which Zestril alone sold $ 0.66 billion in 200...

Iodex goes to SmithKline Beecham consumer Healthcare

...0 wholesalers and direct coverage of over 4,00,000 retail outlets. Last year, Glaxo India and SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceutical India had merged and it was announced that the focus of the merged entity, GSK, would give more focus on prescription drugs and vaccines rather than over-the-counter (OTC) produc...

Senior drug card saves little

...t programs charged an average 37 percent less than retail for generics. However, the price of generic versions are much lower to begin with, so seniors saved only a few dollars per prescription. The cost of prescription drugs is crucial for many older people. Medicare, which provides health insurance to a...

China tells officials not to hide SARS damage

...ate Statistical Bureau said the illness, which hit retail sales and foreign investment last month, was likely to cause more disruption in May and June and officials should come clean about it. Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome has killed 300 people and infected nearly 5,300 in China, the worst-hit country i...

SARS research confirms link to animals

...ld animals recently captured //and being held in a retail food market. The animals were found to have a corona virus that was 99.8 percent genetically identical to a virus that causes severe acute respiratory syndrome, or SARS, in humans. Their findings suggest that the markets provide a venue for the ani...

Maintaining a Pharma index could help track price fluctuations

...ions. At present, the government is relying on the retail audit of market research agency ORG-IMS for drug p...the present system of price revisions based on the retail audit of formulations is not quite effective. Drug price watchdog National Pharmaceutical Pricing ...

Scientists Warn Against Food Borne Illnesses

...e the buy food, such as a farmer’s market versus a retail store, can make them discount common safety practices in handling and cooking food. Gerd Bobe, with the National Food Safety and Toxicology Center, cited the way food-safety messages are expressed is critical after conducting a survey of Michigan co...

Drug Prices in India to be Monitored - NPPA to Tie up with ORG

...tem as they would have direct access to the actual retail price....

With More Appearance Conscious Consumers The Need For Slimming Products Is Rapidly Rising

... grew by 14 per cent in value over 2004 to reach a retail value of €29 million. Despite the drive by both doctors and government authorities to increase awareness of obesity, the main driver of growth in slimming products in Belgium continues to be concerns over appearance. Most Belgians, primarily women,...

TI Cycles Introduces Foldman

...e positioning Foldman for institutional as well as retail buyers. It is well-suited for health clubs, holiday resorts, academic and corporate campuses and farm houses,' Sridhar noted. TI Cycles is part of the Rs.62.5 billion Murugappa Group, with about 40 manufacturing facilities in 12 states across the co...

Cheese Products Withdrawn From Sales Due To Food Poisoning Hazard

...s in UK through Anthony Rowcliffe and Son Ltd. All retail suppliers of the products, in particular Waitrose have been contacted and notices have been put up to restrict sales of Reaux's Gaslonde Camembert, Camembert de Normandie Th.Reaux (250 g packs) and Reaux's Gaslonde Camembert (1 Kg pack). In respon...

Christmas turkey? Anyone?

...industry, registered a drop of up to 25 percent in retail sales after the deadly H5N1 strain of bird flu arrived in Eastern Europe in October. However, in Britain and Germany, the initial impact of H5N1 was muted and sales quickly returned to normal. At best, bird flu had made customers even more concer...

NY Health Dept Bans 3 Ayurveda Drugs

...on that began this summer, DOHMH officials visited retail stores serving South Asian residents and purchased Indian products that had been identified in recent research studies and case reports as containing lead or mercury. "Laboratory tests showed that the above products, purchased in stores in Jackson H...

How Healthy Are Herbal Products? US Findings.

...y period extended for a year investigating all the retail stores that catered to the needs of needs of the south Asian residents. The study revealed that though the three herbal products showed high amounts of lead and mercury the ingredients were not listed on the product labels. But the city law preven...

Refreshing Assam Tea Now At The Nearest Post Office

... 35 percent out of which 10 percent will go to the retail outlet and given to the staff who interact with the customer and motivate them to buy Assam Tea," said SK Das, Chief Post Master General of the Assam Circle. Korangaini, a renowned tea brand in the region, will initially be made available at select...

California Employers may need to Fork out more on Health Benefits

...for introduction in the parliament. Wal-Mart, the retail giant, was recently subjected to a similar legislation passed in Maryland and now it is the turn of the California laws intended for employers with a work force of 10,000 or more, to spend at least 8% of wages on health benefits. In the event of not ...

Anti-Retrovirals in Africa, not a distant dream

...roducts under the brand name 'Sonke'. Governments, retail pharmacists, HIV/AIDS disease management companies, nongovernmental organizations and independent community treatment organizations in South Africa, Botswana and Namibia, will be the contact points for sales of the antiretroviral drugs. ...

Upgrade Health Benefits: Wal-Mart in a Tight Spot

...ation’s largest unions doubling up to confront the retail giant. Wal-Mart officials blame the dwindling me... It's also about protecting good union jobs in the retail sector that are disappearing because of Wal-Mart's business model. ...

No More Additional Cases of Mad Cow Disease in Canada

...his also spurred a feed investigation at the farm, retail and mill levels. This showed that the cow was born after 1997, when the Canadian government banned cattle from eating feed containing protein from cows and other ruminants such as goats and sheep, following Britain's mad cow outbreak. This has re...

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