Biological Therapies in Cancer Treatment to Reach $66 Billion in 2019; Biosimilars Proving to be a Major Driving Factor

Biological Therapies in Cancer Treatment to Reach $66 Billion in 2019; Biosimilars Proving to be a Major Driving Factor
Wellesley, Mass. (PRWEB) March 24, 2015 Wellesley, Mass., March 24, 2015 – BCC Research (http://www.bccresearch.com) reveals in its new report on biologic cancer treatment that access and affordability of cancer treatment options in various countries, along with a rise in the number of cancer incidences due to better diagnostic approaches, will stimulate growth in the ...

Biological Therapies in Cancer Treatment to Reach $66 Billion in 2019; Biosimilars Proving to be a Major Driving Factor

Biological Therapies in Cancer Treatment to Reach $66 Billion in 2019; Biosimilars Proving to be a Major Driving Factor
Wellesley, Mass. (PRWEB) March 24, 2015 Wellesley, Mass., March 24, 2015 – BCC Research (http://www.bccresearch.com) reveals in its new report on biologic cancer treatment that access and affordability of cancer treatment options in various countries, along with a rise in the number of cancer incidences due to better diagnostic approaches, will stimulate growth in the ...

FDAnews Announces: Aging Aseptic and Biological Manufacturing Facilities: Design and Renovation for Compliance Webinar, April 16, 2015

FDAnews Announces: Aging Aseptic and Biological Manufacturing Facilities: Design and Renovation for Compliance Webinar, April 16, 2015
Falls Church, VA (PRWEB) March 30, 2015 The pharmaceutical business has a global shortage of aseptic fill sites and flexible biological manufacturing plants. This is primarily due to the decade-long merger/acquisition and consolidation trends in the business. This has forced facilities to produce and perform well beyond their anticipated useful lifespan. The existing ...

Release Criteria for Biological Weed Control Agents Should Include Benefit and Risk

Release Criteria for Biological Weed Control Agents Should Include Benefit and Risk
(PRWEB) January 02, 2015 Invasive Plant Science and Management—Attempts to achieve biological weed control with insects are met with stringent risk assessment in the United States. Before insects are released, their potential to attack economically important or threatened plants is closely evaluated. This assessment focuses on risk and does not adequately address host-range data, especially ...