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Time for Russia to Get Serious about Biopharma

Back in 1980, the biotech industry did not exist. There was little difference between the means of production in Western markets and the socialist planned economies embodied by Russia – medicines, still a low-tech purchase, played a modest role in the delivery of health care in both sectors. What happened in the ensuing decades has […]
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BRIC Opportunities 2014

While the tide has been turning for pharma in the BRIC markets, they will continue to be important but only if the industry has learnt the hard lessons of the last few years. Speaking to Pharm Exec for the 2014 Industry Outlook, Reenita Das, Partner at Frost & Sullivan, says its now more important than […]
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Russian Innovation: A Higher Mark

The pursuit of excellence in biopharmaceutical innovation in Russia has never had a sponsor—until now. Prix Galien International, a global network of Nobel laureates in medicines, established its 18th country beachhead in Moscow earlier this year, culminating in a historic first: an October 24 awards dinner to recognize the best in new drug research as […]
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