Eight pharmaceutical companies fined for controlling the vitamin market in Europe

Commercial consideration are undermining the reliability of clinical trials

all institutions in the country have been banned from carrying out clinical trials on a new drug without the permission from the Drugs Controller General of India (dcgi). This directive was issued

Bengal varsity set to analyse and authenticate herbal drugs

The first commercial product from seabuckthorn, (Hippophae sp)

Two global meetings chart a course for weeding out biopiracy

It was neither a victory for the North nor a defeat for the South. Environment took centrestage as the main bargaining chip, but the discussions remained inconclusive. The World Trade Organisation meeting in Doha set the tone for the future of global

The US government procures generic drugs for anthrax from a non patent holder

Pharmacists and government officials in Nepal have expressed their concern about spurious and poor quality medicines that are doing the rounds in the country. According to officials of the

The Brazilian government is planning to declare aids a national emergency. The country's health minister, Jose Serra, said the decision was made after negotiations to lower the price of