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Stringent law needed to streamline e-pharmacies: Bejon Kumar M...

Subcommittee set up to establish guidelines for online sale of medicines to meet on July 8 A survey from 4600 consumers pan India on Perception of E-Pharmacies revealed that 90 per cent are inclined towards online purchase of medicines. Financial Express, 3 weeks ago

Union govt needs to fast-track modern, patient centric new D&C Act and Rules with no delay: Bejon Misra

Union government should work to bring in a new, modern, comprehensive and patient-centric law on par with global regulations to regulate the drugs and cosmetics sector, said Bejon Misra, founder director, Patient Safety and Access Initiative of ...
 PharmaBiz3 weeks ago

Conference on drug counterfeiting organised in Mumbai

Usha Sharma- Mumbai SynCore Consulting, in collaboration with Organisation of Pharmaceutical Producers of India (OPPI), AIOCD, Indian Medical Association (IMA), Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA), Indian Drug Manufacturers Association ...
 CPhI.cn2 weeks ago

50% of people buy medicines without prescription: Survey

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 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Pills without prescription: Union Health Ministry to establish guidelines for online sale of medicines  India Today3 weeks ago
Millennium Post

Brick-and-mortar pharmacies selling medicines without demanding prescription: Study

NEW DELHI: Even as chemists in India have threatened another strike over weak regulation of mushrooming online pharmacies, a new study has revealed that a large number of brick-and-mortar pharmacies continue to sell medicines without demanding a ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Survey shows elders prefer e-pharmacies  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago More people show interest in online pharmacies  Millennium Post3 weeks ago 90 per cent people show interest in online pharmacies: Survey  ProKerala.com3 weeks ago

Dont chill with pills without prescription [Mail Today (India)]

WHEN the government is planning to revamp the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940, for ensuring patient safety, over 50 per cent people are buying medicines without a prescription while 36 per cent dont even bother to receive a bill from the chemist. A ...
 Pharmacy Choice3 weeks ago Don't chill with pills without prescription  Yahoo! India3 weeks ago

Pharmaceutical Newsletter - July 04 to 08, 2016

The week ended July 8 saw some big events taking place in the global pharmaceutical space. Six Indian companies signed license with UN to provide HIV and Hepatitis C drug, the firms include Indian biggies like Cipla, Aurobindo Pharma and Cadila ...
 India Infoline3 weeks ago
India Infoline

Consumer Survey reveals rise in unsafe purchase of drugs through offline mediums

Consumer Activist and Founder of Consumer Online Foundation and Patient Safety and Access Initiative of India Foundation, Mr. Bejon Misra released a letter addressed to Government of India and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare today in a Press ...
 India Infoline3 weeks ago Consumer Online Foundation urges health ministry to regulate sale of drugs through all mediums  PharmaBiz3 weeks ago Consumer rights activists write to health minister, say patients prefer online pharmacies  DNA India3 weeks ago
India Infoline

Tobramycin gets USFDA nod and other top pharma news

Drug firm Claris Lifesciences has received approval from the UDFDA for generic Tobramycin injection used for the treatment of bacterial infections, in the American market. (FC) Drug majors Lupin and Dr Reddy's are recalling over 1.7 lakh bottles of ...
 India Infoline3 weeks ago
Times of India

`61% of people prefer buying drugs online'

NEW DELHI: Around 61 per cent of people prefer to buy medicines online, a survey has showed, highlighting a major change in consumer trend, even as the battle between offline and online chemists has intensified. Over 8 lakh chemists recently ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago 61% of people prefer buying drugs online: Study  Economic Times3 weeks ago
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