Risk assessment and pharmaceutical processing hazards

Microbioz India, March, 2017 Issue


Cover Story : “Risk assessment and pharmaceutical processing hazards"

Risk assessment and pharmaceutical processing hazards

Dear friends and readers, with a great sense of excitement, I inform you that your favourite magazine Microbioz India has completed three years of beautiful journey which became possible all because of your extreme love, support and encouragement all through these years.

So, with gratitude in heart for all the support and your presence, I hereby present yet another issue of Microbioz India.

It is a “Pharma Special Issue” which is supported by the cover story titled ‘Risk assessment and pharmaceutical processing hazards’ authored by Dr. Tim Sandle.

The article focusses on some of the main hazards to pharmaceutical manufacturing and provides a basis for assessing risks. Because, even though the pharmaceutical medicines are considered to be efficacious and safe for consumption as they are licenced and directed by practitioner, still there is always a chance of expected manufacturing problems.

Inside this issue

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assessment and pharmaceutical processing hazards

It is a “Pharma Special Issue” which is supported by the cover story titled ‘Risk assessment and pharmaceutical processing hazards’ authored by Dr. Tim Sandle.

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Study identifies new role for immune cells in preventing diabetes and hypertension

Immune cells which gets dropped in number due to obesity could prove to be a new target to treat diseases like type 2 diabetes and hypertension that mainly affect overweight people

 

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Healthy weight gain in infants

Infant’s rapid weight gain in first six months of life can pose a high risk for child- and adulthood obesity, according to researchers.

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Researchers uncover how cancer cells may develop resistance to FGFR inhibitors

In a new study conducted by researchers at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center -- Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J.