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November 2022

The measure of all the lifetime exposures to environmental and social factors is termed as the “exposome”. The interest in studying how these exposures relate to health has grown significantly, and international efforts are underway to use this information to guide health and environmental policies in the European Union. In next month’s issue, we take a look at how exposomic research is expected to aid drug development efforts and the drive for personalized medicine.

Also, in the backdrop of rising inflation across the globe, we will analyse the measures taken by contract manufacturing organisations to incorporate sustainability measures in their operations.

All this plus the latest trends and innovations in the pharma industry, as well as up-to-date analysis and insight from GlobalData experts.


Editor | Manasi Vaidya

Writers | Fiona Barry, Reynald Castaneda, Abi Millar, William Newton, Manasi Vaidya, Adam Zamecnik

Magazine Designer | Will Ingham
Graphic Designers | Anett Arc, Noemi Balint, Martina Labaiova, Tyrrell Lowe, Ashley McPherson
Lead Designer | John Hammond 

Publisher | Susanne Hauner


Sales Manager | Tom McCormick
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