Drug companies and laboratories in the country will no longer be able to enjoy the freedom to pirate patente@ products. The government has finally adopted a new patent law that brings

A memory drug developed by Indian scientists could hold the key to a ultimillion dollar global market

After Japanese, American haemophiliacs have followed suit. They have turned down aUS $640 million settlement offer made by four major drug companies. An estimated 10,000 haemophiliacs in the US

A new method of drug development which expedites the lengthy process of scanning thousands of possible combinations, could lower drug prices substantially

THE increase of debilitating disorders, like asthma, may have sent shock waves amongst the human population worldwide, but has resulted in a windfall for the pharmaceutical industries the

THE blue-blooded horseshoe crab found along the Orissa coast is set to change the face of the Indian pharmaceutical industry. These crabs, termed 'living fossils' because of their

EIGHTY per cent of the world's population depends on indigenous knowledge to meet their medicinal needs, and at least half rely on indigenous knowledge and crops for food supplies, according to a

Local and tional pharmaceutipanies are making a for South Africa's nal heating systems. v in demand are the Vas and Nyangas, the iniam branches of healers P were once. regarded as cinoners of

THE pharmaceutical giants in the industrialised world are seriously hindering progressive research by refusiDgto share significant scientific data with the academics. They are jealously

EUROPEAN pharmaceutical companies, specially those based in Germany and are bell bent on blocking the of the low priced Spanish and wipme drugs in the European Union When Spain and