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Industrial Pharmacy Issue 56

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Industrial Pharmacy Journal - Issue 56

ISSN 1741-4911

Published quarterly by Euromed Communicatons in association with the Industrial Pharmacy Section of the FIP. If you are a pharmaceutical scientist or executive working in or liaising with Industry, your job will be made easier, more productive and more enjoyable by reading Industrial Pharmacy.

The journal covers a variety of topics of interest to those working in the worldwide pharma industry. Industrial Pharmacy is published four times a year.

european Industrial Pharmacy is an electronic edition of Industrial Pharmacy published for the European Industrial Pharmacy Group (EIPG) and distributed to its members throughout Europe by e-mail. It contains selected articles from Industrial Pharmacy, plus articles of special interest to European readers, news from the EIPG, etc.

Features

4 REGULATORY CONSEQUENCES OF DATA INTEGRITY FAILURES

TData integrity inadequacies can easily lead to a statement of non-compliance, with serious regulatory consequences, and not only for the manufacturer concerned.

by David Cockburn

6 REVISIONS MADE TO EUROPEAN PHARMACOPOEIA STERILISATION CHAPTERS

Methods of sterilisation and the assessment of sterilisation using biological indicators represent important areas of regulatory concern.

by Tim Sandle

9 PREDICTING PRODUCTION TABLET PROPERTIES FROM SMALL SCALE MANUFACTURE

With growing use of the laboratory press system, the ability to predict production tablet properties from lab scale data becomes important. In this article, Michael Gamlen describes how this can be done.

by Michael Gamlen

13 PHARMACY AS A GATEWAY TO SELF-CARE

Industrial Pharmacy Stakeholders can strengthen Public Health literacy by enhancing Self-Care/Self-Medication Profession for Pharmacists.

by Warren Meek and Ching-Yi Hsu

17 A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE WORSHIPFUL SOCIETY OF APOTHECARIES OF LONDON

This is a transcription of a speech delivered by the author, as Master of The Worshipful Society of Apothecaries, to Fellows of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain at their Annual Dinner held in Apothecaries’ Hall on 17 May 2017.

by Derek W. Adams

20 TAIWAN FOREST RUBY (T. camphoratus): A POTENTIAL CURE FOR LIVER CANCER

Taiwanofungus camphoratus is a fungus endemic to Taiwan and is one of the most popular known alternative remedies for liver cancer in that country. To date more than 150 liver cancer patients have survived using T. camphoratus.

by I-Shu Lee, Roland Kirschner, Shui-Tein Chen

  

Regulars

3 EDITORIAL COMMENT

23 REGULATORY REVIEW

27 PHARMA IN PLENARY

31 BOTTLED BROWN

32 EVENTS

 

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