While sizing up the pharmaceutical industry’s environmental impact often, and rightfully so, the focus is on industrial effluents from manufacturing facilities. But the improper disposal of drugs and antibiotics has long been known to be a major cause of harm to wildlife and the environment, and antimicrobial resistance.
The June issue will also delve into the world of CAR-T treatments, and more specifically examine the ‘East-West’ divide in Europe when it comes to access to these innovative therapies. Particular challenges of cost and manufacturing expertise exist in delivering CAR-T therapy to some European Union states, and while access is relatively slower the demand for such approaches is only increasing.
All this plus the latest trends and innovations in the pharma industry, as well as up-to-date analysis and insight from GlobalData experts.
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