Monday, 28 October 2013
In one of the most tightly regulated industries across the globe, it goes without saying that quality control sits at the heart of all things pharmaceutical.
Estimates of the cost of taking a drug to market sit comfortably at the $1 billion mark, with much of this vast spend being pumped into lengthy trials and rigorous analytical tests. Proving the efficacy, quality and safety of a pharmaceutical product to gain 100 per cent confidence and approval for market is, clearly, a significant investment.
Let’s take a look at some of the issues and review the latest innovations designed to help manufacturers overcome them...