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Abraxis Research -- The discovery, research and development division is focused on creating a deep pipeline of injectable drugs and first-in-class technology platforms with rapid translation of breakthrough discoveries from the bench to the clinic; and
Table 11: World Historic Review for Injectable Anticoagulants
is a vertically integrated, multinational pharmaceutical company that focuses on generic finished dosage injectable pharmaceuticals, active pharmaceutical ingredients, or APIs, and generic biopharmaceuticals.
MIIG(TM) X3 High Strength Injectable Graft Expands Bio-orthopaedic Materials Offering
Food and Drug Administration approved ABRAXANE(R) for Injectable Suspension (paclitaxel protein-bound particles for injectable suspension) (albumin-bound) in January 2005 for the treatment of breast cancer after failure of combination chemotherapy for metastatic disease or relapse within six months of adjuvant chemotherapy.
A number of high value drugs due to come off patent in the USA and Europe over the next few years are injectable.
Said Darwazah, CEO of Hikma, said "After a thorough review of strategic options for the Injectables business, we are confident that retaining and continuing to invest in this business is the best option for shareholders.
It was not surprising that Hikma's injectables business has attracted suitors, Jefferies & Co analyst James Vane-Tempest said.
Helenbrook and other Independent Health subscribers received this notice, subscribers to a second HMO, Health Care Plan, were notified that they would have to pay 20% to 50% of the cost for serf-administered injectable drugs.
While designers have acquired many powerful design tools during the past decade - tools that include 3D CAD design software and high performance materials, design team have been increasingly relying on classic end user research to define the design targets for their projects related to self-administered injectables to 2020.