Highly Effective Ayurvedic Treatment for Cholesterol

| December 25, 2018

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Cholesterol and triglycerides represent the fats or lipids in the human body. A high level of lipids, in the blood, is known as hyperlipidemia. If blood or serum cholesterol is on the higher side, this condition is known as hypercholesterolemia or dyslipidemia. Cholesterol resembles with fat, but the structures are entirely different. Cholesterol performs several anatomical and physiological functions in the body.

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Astris Lifecare

On 1st February 2016, Able Rehabilitation Equipment, Acute Healthcare and Ascot Healthcare merged into one new dynamic entity and become Astris Lifecare. This was an exciting merger of three professional, innovative and long established companies which have been in business for a total of over 50 years under their current management.

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If you’re part of a clinical study team racing a new product to commercialization, you likely live by these two simple rules: time is money, and the first one to market wins. But just because it’s simple doesn’t mean it’s easy. That ticking clock is background noise to the responsibilities of regulations, study protocols, supply chains, and patient recruitment — all the details that must be worked out before a study can even begin. The pressure is always there. The longer it takes for a study to start, the longer it takes to complete.

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Pricing of drugs – at what cost?

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We go into a doctor’s office and leave with a diagnosis and a prescription. Next we stop by the pharmacy. In Germany, if your insurance is not private, you mostly don’t even know the price of your drug because it’s paid for directly by your insurance. You only notice the 5-10 Euros copay. But how is a drug priced in Germany? And (how) does data play a role in helping pharma secure an attractive price point? Let’s fast forward directly to the launch of a new drug. At the time of launch, the pharmaceutical company has to present patient level evidence of the drug’s added value compared to existing comparative therapies. In the first year, however, the drug’s price can be defined freely by the company.

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Advance Your Pharma Supply Chain Planning during a Pandemic

Article | March 20, 2020

One predominant and common element within our pharmaceutical industry, is our devotions to patients. Within supply chain there is always a focus on ensuring the right product is delivered to the right place at the right time in order to ensure patient safety and the continuity of medicinal supplies. With the spread of COVID-19 across 117 countries and counting, every supply chain needs to evaluate their global footprint and develop contingency plans within their end to end operations.

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The Future of Pharma Beyond Blockbusters

Article | March 17, 2020

We’ve all heard the saying “treat the patient, not the disease”, and this couldn’t be truer in today’s ever-changing pharmaceutical landscape. We are living in a time of revolution – advancements in genomics and technology are improving our ability to develop precise drugs and targeted therapies, rather than focusing on a one size fits all approach. Each individual’s genetic makeup is slightly different from everyone else’s,

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Astris Lifecare

On 1st February 2016, Able Rehabilitation Equipment, Acute Healthcare and Ascot Healthcare merged into one new dynamic entity and become Astris Lifecare. This was an exciting merger of three professional, innovative and long established companies which have been in business for a total of over 50 years under their current management.

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