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Regulatory And Legislative Realm Of Generic Drugs In India And Abroad

The importance of Intellectual Property Rights in the 21st century cannot be more emphasised.  The concept of asset fencing, to secure the Intellectual Property is echoing every corner of the world. Pharmaceutical industry is no exception to it, and hence there is a whispered use of IPR in this area, with wide range of controversial … Continue reading Regulatory And Legislative Realm Of Generic Drugs In India And Abroad

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Biotechnological Patenting And Traditional Knowledge

Any biotechnological innovation is the creation of a person’s intellect. A patent is an exclusive right to abstain a third party from creating or taking benefits of one’s invention and includes the right to license others to make, use, or sell it. The paramount objective according to labour theory as propounded by John Locke is … Continue reading Biotechnological Patenting And Traditional Knowledge

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Counterfeiting Medicines in India: why is there a need for IPR?

Counterfeit Medicines India and piracy is a massive global problem that affects practically every industry sector on the planet. India is no different, with widespread counterfeiting, piracy, and smuggling having serious economic, health, and safety ramifications in the country. Small businesses buy counterfeit technology or equipment, either deliberately or inadvertently, and incur unplanned costs in … Continue reading Counterfeiting Medicines in India: why is there a need for IPR?

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3D Printing In Pharmaceutical Industry

3D Printing In Pharmaceutical Industry: The technology and formulation developed to efficiently transport a pharmacologically active molecule in the body in order to achieve therapeutic efficacy in a safe manner is referred to as drug delivery. Controlling the release profile, which changes the pharmacokinetics of a medicine, can increase the efficiency and safety of a … Continue reading 3D Printing In Pharmaceutical Industry

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Patent Policy In Medical Terms | Understanding The Relationship Between Medical Procedures and Patent Policy

Understanding The Relationship Between Medical Procedures and Patent Policy In Medical Terms. For many years, medical processes and their patentability have been a source of debate. In practise, the patentability of medical processes has become increasingly important in the previous 40 years. According to legal experts in the United States, about 15 medical processes are patented … Continue reading Patent Policy In Medical Terms | Understanding The Relationship Between Medical Procedures and Patent Policy

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Pfizer Lookout For A Partner For Drug Manufacturing

Major pharmaceutical company Pfizer is on a lookout for potential contract manufacturing options. This is because Pfizer is ensuring that the Covid-19 antiviral drug can be accessed across the low- and middle-income countries including India. Through this potential manufacturing options, the company wants that there must be an easy access to Covid-19 antiviral drug among … Continue reading Pfizer Lookout For A Partner For Drug Manufacturing

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Medical Devices: Compliances and Regulations in India

INTRODUCTION There are around 800 producers of pharmaceutical goods and devices in India, and the country’s market is the fourth largest in Asia. The current period can be described as transitory since many regulatory changes have yet to take effect, while others are on the verge of doing so. We begin by examining the regulation … Continue reading Medical Devices: Compliances and Regulations in India

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Patents and Public Health

Introduction Patents and public health is the most relevant topic of discussion when the whole world is fighting against the global pandemic, Covid-19. It is no doubt that granting patent protection to a drug is important and serves many purposes, but can we put the lives of millions of people at stake in this time … Continue reading Patents and Public Health

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The Development Of Human Rights Issues (Access To Medicines) In The Light Of Intellectual Property Rights

There is a constant conundrum between Intellectual Property and Human Rights in today’s day and age. There has been an emergence of International Human Rights obligations post World War II. A plethora of International Organizations like the WHO (public health), Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948 (UDHR), International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights 1966 … Continue reading The Development Of Human Rights Issues (Access To Medicines) In The Light Of Intellectual Property Rights

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Pharma Companies Extend Patent Life With Slight Modifications

Introduction The pharmaceutical industry is one of the most potential industry which has huge profit margins. Extensive growth and knowledge are required with frequent changes for better technology and results. Starting from early to the final stage there are gigantic chances of the product’s to face success or failure. Apart from these challenges, a large … Continue reading Pharma Companies Extend Patent Life With Slight Modifications

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