Sunday, July 9, 2017
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Thursday, July 6, 2017
India Contract Research Organization Market, is projected to grow at a CAGR of 20.4% and is expected to reach US$ 6,310.5 million by 2022
A Contract Research Organization (CRO) is a service association that offers help to the pharmaceutical business and offers an extensive variety of outsourced pharmaceutical research administrations to help in R&D system and in this way a basic tool for undertaking clinical trials in the present situation when high stakes are included in the drug discovery process. This industry likewise offers a safe choice of venture as the business is to a great extent recession-proof, with a critical upscale development.
Wednesday, July 5, 2017
In August 2017, BIOCAD will receive permanent market authorization in India, which represents a strategic milestone for BIOCAD's international expansion.
Today, the Indian market for rituximab exceeds $40 m, with an annual growth of 8%. According to experts, this volume may reach $58 million in the next five years.
Meanwhile, India experiences low rituximab availability. Therefore, the Russian biosimilar marketed here will not only boost competition among the existing players, but will make this product available for larger numbers of patients with certain types of lymphomas and autoimmune disorders.
Sunday, June 25, 2017
With chikungunya spreading very fast in the country, researchers are seeking urgent government intervention for speedy completion of the vital clinical trials.
Chikungunya is a dreaded infection transmitted through the bite of the mosquito. There is no known cure and till date, there is no vaccine anywhere in the world again ..
The company says the phase-I trials will "evaluate the vaccine's safety, tolerability and immunogenicity. The placebo controlled study involving 60 healthy volunteers would test escalating doses of the vaccine in prime-boost regimen".
Sunday, June 18, 2017
Access to advanced research tools will expand growth opportunities for CRO participants, finds Frost & Sullivan's Transformational Health team
The clinical trials and research outsourcing (CRO) market is growing, leveraging the global pharmaceutical industry's urgent need to succeed in late clinical trials and build the pipeline of new molecules. While cost benefits, focus on core competencies, rise in innovative therapeutic options, and increased drug efficacy and safety norms will continue to encourage global pharma companies to outsource, CROs must increase their range of services to better serve, and become the preferred partner to, bio-pharmaceutical companies.
"Expanding CRO services into early stages of drugs, emergence of virtual biotech, out-licensing, and risk sharing between pharma and CROs are disrupting traditional business models," noted Transformational Health Research Analyst Sanjeev Kumar. "They are also opening up greater opportunities for CROs in terms of access to a huge market, newer areas such as commercial and post-launch, bioanalytical testing and development services, and partnerships with small-to-midsize biotech and virtual pharma customers."