Oncology Drug Development and Value-Based Medicine

Cancer drugs constitute the second biggest category of drugs sold in the U.S. Worldwide, sales of cancer drugs are forecast to grow steadily, driven by the aging population and by opportunities for earlier therapeutic intervention using more effective therapies, which open the door for possible long-term disease management and control.

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Pierre Fabre Group

Pierre Fabre is the 2nd largest dermo-cosmetics laboratory in the world and the 2nd largest private French pharmaceutical group. In 2017, it generated 2,318 million euros in net sales, of which 62% came from its international business and 62% from its dermo-cosmetics division. Pierre Fabre, which has always been headquartered in the South-West of France, owns subsidiaries in 43 countries, enjoys distribution agreements in over 130 countries and counts around 13,500 employees worldwide. Pierre Fabre’s portfolio represents a continuum of activities spanning from prescription drugs and consumer health care products to dermo-cosmetics. In 2017, Pierre Fabre dedicated almost 143 million euros to R&D, shared between oncology, dermatology, the central nervous system, consumer health care and dermo-cosmetics.

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BUILDING RESILIENT SUPPLY CHAINS REVITALIZING AMERICAN MANUFACTURING AND FOSTERING BROAD-BASED GROWTH

whitePaper | February 24, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic dislocation revealed long-standing vulnerabilities in our supply chains. The pandemic’s drastic impacts on demand patterns for a range of medical products including essential medicines wreaked havoc on the U.S. healthcare system.

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How IPD Can Deliver for Life Sciences

whitePaper | January 1, 2020

Life sciences is facing a number of disruptors: novel cell and gene therapies that will revolutionize manufacturing, drug delivery and pricing models; a battle for the best and brightest talent; political and public pressure on the price of medication as well as the implications of the fourth industrial revolution. These factors combine to make investment decisions more challenging. With life sciences firms placing an increasing focus on the most efficient use of capital and shorter delivery times, project delivery providers are striving to come up with leaner and more innovative strategies and solutions to meet these needs. Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) is one such strategy.

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How Cellular is Enabling the Digital Supply Chain

whitePaper | January 12, 2020

Supply chains grow more and more complex every day. In response, manufacturers and shippers have been eagerly exploring digital tools that provide actionable insight into the location and condition of in-transit goods. Although there are many technology options when it comes to building a digital supply chain, one type of solution stands out as the most reliable and cost-effective: cellular.

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Research and Development in the Pharmaceutical Industry

whitePaper | April 1, 2021

Every year, the U.S. pharmaceutical industry develops a variety of new drugs that provide valuable medical benefits. Many of those drugs are expensive and contribute to rising health care costs for the private sector and the federal government. Policymakers have considered policies that would lower drug prices and reduce federal drug expenditures. Such policies would probably reduce the industry’s incentive to develop new drugs.

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THE PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY AND GLOBAL HEALTH

whitePaper | January 31, 2022

COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus, which was first identified in December 2019.

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WILL PHARMA COMMIT TO DELIVERING AFFORDABLE THERAPEUTICS AGAINST COVID-19?

whitePaper | April 8, 2020

EPHA is a change agent – Europe’s leading NGO alliance advocating for better health. We are a dynamic member-led organisation, made up of public health civil society, patient groups, health professionals, and disease groups working together to improve health and strengthen the voice of public health in Europe.

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Pierre Fabre Group

Pierre Fabre is the 2nd largest dermo-cosmetics laboratory in the world and the 2nd largest private French pharmaceutical group. In 2017, it generated 2,318 million euros in net sales, of which 62% came from its international business and 62% from its dermo-cosmetics division. Pierre Fabre, which has always been headquartered in the South-West of France, owns subsidiaries in 43 countries, enjoys distribution agreements in over 130 countries and counts around 13,500 employees worldwide. Pierre Fabre’s portfolio represents a continuum of activities spanning from prescription drugs and consumer health care products to dermo-cosmetics. In 2017, Pierre Fabre dedicated almost 143 million euros to R&D, shared between oncology, dermatology, the central nervous system, consumer health care and dermo-cosmetics.

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