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Articles from Pharma (January 1, 2012)

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A multilayered approach to supply chain management: global supply-chain, industrial and retail requirements bring the pharmaceutical industry to the leading edge of serialization, and track and trace technology. Progressive producers and distributors can better combat organized crime and drive down costs. 1266
A prescription for sense: as the war on antibiotics abuse rages on, isn't is about time we delpoyed our deadliest weapon ... common sense? 822
Achieving flexibility in the pharmaceutical supply chain. 3357
Cellular therapeutics: preclinical safety programmes and study design considerations. Report 1699
Development of an enhanced methodology and technology for safe, rapid freeze drying of HPLC fractions. 1837
Food for thought ... and health: how can pharma get a share of the market ... and avoid being blindsided by consumer packaged goods (CPG)? 1828
Leveraging knowledge and collaboration to refill the R&D pipeline. 1852
Making sense of genetic data: next-generation data analysis software is helping cancer researchers to identify important biomarkers. 657
Mobile CRM comes of age. 1530
New Annex 11: evolution and consequences. 1852
One vision, one goal: connecting the supply chain with real-time quality control solutions. 758
Sharing private clouds: can cloud computing save the pharmaceutical industry from the rising tide of data? 833
The importance of [CO.sub.2] control during the manufacture of biopharmaceuticals: Kurt Hiltbrunner, market segment specialist at Mettler-Toledo process analytics, talks to pharma about [CO.sub.2] monitoring and control. Interview 750
The importance of [CO.sub.2] control during the manufacture of biopharmaceuticals: Kurt Hiltbrunner, market segment specialist at mettler-toledo process analytics, talks to pharma about [CO.sub.2] monitoring and control. Interview 747
The road to third - party GMP certification: the road to third-party Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certification for excipients has become quite busy in North America. In fact, that road may soon need to be expanded for similar efforts in Europe. 1000
Using technology to avert pharma supply chain catastrophes: in today's social media age, where word of mouth spreads rapidly, a supply chain disaster in any industry can have a huge and harmful impact on an organization--never more so than in the pharmaceutical industry, where mistakes can be life-threatening. 1496

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