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Classic FM - Classic Business - Michael Avery

Reviewing small cap results with Keith McLachlan,focusing on Adcock Ingram and Aspen as he further said Adcock Ingram, is a small cap company which has a lot of brands under its portfolio with a lot of Value.

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Die soektog na gehalte

...ie stap van my proses het ek die volgende 10 aandele van goeie gehalte geidentif iseer: Astral Foods Anglo American Platinum Adcock Ingram Holdings South32 Tiger Brands Vodacom Group Kumba Iron Ore WBHO BHP AECI Ek herhaal: die is net die eerste...

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Turn sensitive powders ,.. into efficient effervescents

... discusses the company's ideal solution for compressing effervescent formulations with maximum efficiency. NEW NAME, FRESH LOOK ADCOCK INGRAM REBRANDED its Vita-thion effervescent tablets with a new name end redesigned packaging. NewVita-thion Extra co...

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How to identify quality shares

...y investment process, I have identified the following 10 shares as good-quality shares: Astral Foods Anglo American Platinum Adcock Ingram South32 Tiger Brands Vod acorn Kumba Iron Ore WBHO BHP AECI To reiterate: These are only the first ingredie...

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Ground-breaking recycling project turns used medical consumables into much-needed school shoes for disadvantaged children

..., 29 January2018, Johannesburg: In a pioneering and collaborative move for the healthcare industry, a recycling project between Adcock Ingram Critical Care, Netcare, Executive Mayor, Councillor Herman Mashaba, and the City of Johannesburg, is helping h...

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Focus on control and treatment of Type 2 diabetes as incidence increases1

...is quite possible that during treatment essential nutrients may be depleted as a result of diabetes and the treatment thereof.6 Adcock Ingram has recently launched the GAP range of supplements, which has been specifically formulated to replenish vitami...

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SEXY TIME

...oorkom. Die grootste nadeel is dat hul sekslewens daaronder ly, omdat die ongemak van 'n droe vagina seks byna ondraaglik maak. Adcock Ingram wil hierdie probleem hokslaan met hulle inisiatief, Start The Converstation. As jy 'n slagoffer van hierdie in...

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UNDER SIEGE

...cor's ill-fated takeover of Standard Bank (2000), Harmony's pursuit of Gold Fields (2005), or the Chilean company CFR's bid for Adcock Ingram (2013). One of the few hostile takeovers to succeed was Japan's Kansai Paint's purchase of the JSE-listed Free...

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HOSPITAL RECYCLING PROGRAMME TURNS WASTE INTO WEALTH

...andspruit by Executive Mayor, Councillor Herman Mashaba and the City of Johannesburg. This donation was made possible thanks to Adcock Ingram Critical Care, Netcare and the City of Johannesburg, who have begun dealing with Iheir uncontaminated healthca...

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THE PROBLEM WITH PHARMA

...ate and attention to detail to the table," she says. Basadi Letsoalo, executive director of Human Capital and Transformation at Adcock Ingram, says despite government policies like the Women Empowerment and Gender Equality Bill, most leadership positio...

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JSE top stocks

...PALA PLATINUM RCL FOODS LTD/SO VUKILE PROPERTY JSE LTD SUPER GROUP LTD ASTRAL FOODS LTD TONGAAT HULETT PPC LTD HARMONY GOLD MNG ADCOCK INGRAM HO_D SA CORPORATE REAL EST FAMOUS BRANDS LT GRINDROD LTD TRANSACTION CAPITAL WILSON BAYLY HOLMES NAMPAK LTD EM...

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WOUND CARE UNIT OPENS AT TEMBISA HOSPITAL

...ss treatment and to create opportunities for education. The vision is to provide access to primary health care," added Solomon. Adcock Ingram's group executive of public affairs Dante Mashile said they saw it fit as a company to invest in a facility wh...

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Push for backlog fee to clear medicine pipeline

...rperson Helen Rees said. Industry talks on cost implications, procedures and schedule for implementation are ongoing, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss SAHPRA's proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. "Adcock Ingram has more t...

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Push for backlog fee to clear medicine pipeline

...rperson Helen Rees said. Industry talks on cost implications, procedures and schedule for implementation are ongoing, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss SAHPRA's proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. "Adcock Ingram has more t...

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Push for backlog fee to clear medicine pipeline

...rperson Helen Rees said. Industry talks on cost implications, procedures and schedule for implementation are ongoing, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss SAHPR As proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. "Adcock Ingram has more t...

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Plan om agterstand uit te wis

...asie gekoppel word. Helen Rees, voorsitter van Sahpra, se dit is een van die bronne van inkomste wat die organisasie ondersoek. Adcock Ingram se ook hy sal graag die voorstel met Sahpra wil bespreek. Volgens Kavitha Kalicharan, woord-voerder van Adcock...

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Drugmakers cough up

...f SAHPRA's board. Talks with industry on cost implications, procedures and schedule for implementation are ongo- ing, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss SAHPRA's proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. "Adcock Ingram currently ...

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Drugmakers cough up

...f SAHPRA's board. Talks with industry on cost implications, procedures and schedule for implementation are ongo- ing, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss SAHPRA's proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. "Adcock Ingram currently ...

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Push for backlog fee to clear medicine pipeline

...rperson Helen Rees said. Industry talks on cost implications, procedures and schedule for implementation are ongoing, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss SAHPRA's proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. "Adcock Ingram has more t...

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Plan om agterstand uit te wis

...asie gekoppel word. Helen Rees, voorsitter van Sahpra, se dit is een van die bronne van inkomste wat die organisasie ondersoek. Adcock Ingram se ook hy sal graag die voorstel met Sahpra wil bespreek. Volgens Kavitha Kalicharan, woord-voerder van Adcock...

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Plan om agterstand uit te wis

...asie gekoppel word. Helen Rees, voorsitter van Sahpra, se dit is een van die bronne van inkomste wat die organisasie ondersoek. Adcock Ingram se ook hy sal graag die voorstel met Sahpra wil bespreek. Volgens Kavitha Kalicharan, woordvoerder van Adcock,...

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Plan om agterstand uit te wis

...asie gekoppel word. Helen Rees, voorsitter van Sahpra, se dit is een van die bronne van inkomste wat die organisasie ondersoek. Adcock Ingram se ook hy sal graag die voorstel met Sahpra wil bespreek. Volgens Kavitha Kalicharan, woord-voerder van Adcock...

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Die soektog na gehalte

...dele van goeie gehalte geandamp;iuml;dentifiseer: Astral Foods Anglo American Platinum Adcock Ingram Holdings South32 Tiger Brands Vodacom Group Kumba Iron Ore WBHO BHP AECI Ek herhaal: die is net die eerste bestanddele van my resep. Taamlik baie huiswe....

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Mrs SA hopeful’s quest to inspire girls

...eeFiess) April 8, 2018 andamp;ldquo;This day was sponsored by Imperial Toyota Kempton Park, CATRICE Makeup, and Adcock Ingram. We handed out make-up kits to the teenage ladies (orphans) and taught them how to use it plus the Adcock Ingram Team hosted a t...

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'Backlog fee' may speed up SA's drug approval procedures

... Talks with industry on cost implications, procedures and schedule for implementation were ongoing, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss Sahpraandamp;rsquo;s proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. andamp;ldquo;Adcock Ingram currentl...

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South Africa may ask pharma firms for fee to clear drug review backlog

... Talks with industry on cost implications, procedures and schedule for implementation are ongoing, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss SAHPRAandamp;rsquo;s proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. andamp;ldquo;Adcock Ingram currently...

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SA pharma firms may pay ‘backlog fee’

... Talks with industry on cost implications, procedures and schedule for implementation are on-going, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss SAHPRAandamp;rsquo;s proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. andamp;ldquo;Adcock Ingram currentl...

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New Surgical Wound Clinic opens at Tembisa Hospital

...ld at the Tembisa Hospitalandamp;rsquo;s conference centre on March 22. Tiso AEL Development Trust representative Michelle Kimmie and Adcock Ingram group executive of public affairs Dante Mashile are joined by Tembisa Hospital case manager Magret Makwela...

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South Africa may ask pharma firms for fee to clear drug review backlog

...f SAHPRA's board. Talks with industry on cost implications, procedures and schedule for implementation are ongoing, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss SAHPRA's proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. "Adcock Ingram currently ha...

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South Africa may ask pharma firms for fee to clear drug review backlog

.... Talks with industry on cost implications, procedures and schedule for implementation are ongoing, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss SAHPRAandamp;rsquo;s proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. andamp;ldquo;Adcock Ingram currentl...

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South Africa may ask pharma firms for fee to clear drug review backlog

.... Talks with industry on cost implications, procedures and schedule for implementation are ongoing, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss Sahpraandamp;rsquo;s proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. andamp;ldquo;Adcock Ingram currentl...

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‘Backlog fee’ would speed up registration of drugs in SA, industry body says

...ks with the industry on cost implications, procedures and the schedule for implementation were continuing, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss Sahpraandamp;rsquo;s proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. "Adcock Ingram currently h...

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South Africa may ask pharma firms for fee to clear drug review backlog

...ks with industry on cost implications, procedures and schedule for implementation are ongoing, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss SAHPRAandamp;rsquo;s proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. andamp;ldquo;Adcock Ingram currently has...

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South Africa may ask pharma firms for fee to clear drug review backlog

...f SAHPRA's board. Talks with industry on cost implications, procedures and schedule for implementation are ongoing, she said. Adcock Ingram said it was keen to discuss SAHPRA's proposal to expedite reviews of its treatments. "Adcock Ingram currently ha...

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New Surgical Wound Clinic opens at Tembisa Hospital

...eld at the Tembisa Hospitalandamp;rsquo;s conference centre on March 22. Tiso AEL Development Trust representative Michelle Kimmie and Adcock Ingram group executive of public affairs Dante Mashile are joined by Tembisa Hospital case manager Magret Makwel...

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Health: Lean-ing – Can Society withstand It?

...dy been drinking lean for a while. The first time he had it, he mixed BronCleer cough syrup with Energade. He adds, andamp;ldquo;I only started andamp;lsquo;leaningandamp;rsquo; avidly in 2013. When asked if it affects him in any way he states that, andamp;ldq...

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SOUTHERN AFRICAN SUPPLY CHAIN ASSOCIATION JOINS GLOBAL INITIATIVE TO TRANSFORM PUBLIC HEALTH SUPPLY CHAINS

...ference will also host the South African Health Departmentandamp;rsquo;s chief director of sector wide procurement, Gavin Steel. Enabling improved healthcare in South Africa through an optimised supply chain implementation is the topic of his presentatio...

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Irregular health expenses soar to R1.02bn

...ather be directed towards developing in-house skills. However, the departmentandamp;rsquo;s head of regulation and compliance Anban Pillay subsequently told Business Day the FFC had misunderstood the departmentandamp;rsquo;s plans. "We do not plan to hire ...

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eNews Channel Africa - Morning News Today - News

North West Premier Supra Mahomapelo, is under a lot of pressure as he faces a motion of no confidence.ENCA Reporter Michael Appel spoke more about the allegations including the Portfolio Committee on Health and Social Development Department in the North W...

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eNews Channel Africa - Morning News Today - News

North West Premier Supra Mahomapelo, is under a lot of pressure as he faces a motion of no confidence.ENCA Reporter Michael Appel spoke more about the allegations including the Portfolio Committee on Health and Social Development Department in the North W...

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eNews Channel Africa - News Night - News

North West Premier Supra Mahomapelo, is under a lot of pressure as he faces a motion of no confidence. ENCA Reporter Michael Appel spoke more about the allegations including the Portfolio Committee on Health and Social Development Department in the North ...

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eNews Channel Africa - Afternoon News - News

North West Premier Supra Mahomapelo,is under a lot of pressure as he faces a motion of no confidence.ENCA Reporter Michael Appel spoke more about the allegations including the Portfolio Committee on Health and Social Development Department in the North We...

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SAfm - The Talk Shop - Various

Doctors have been left unemployed in Limpopo as the Health Department has not renewed their contracts,the doctors have been working at clinics across the Vhembe district under the National Health Insurance pilot projects which where launched two years ag....

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SAfm - Market update with Moneyweb - Siki Mgabadeli

Doctors have been left unemployed in Limpopo as the Health Department has not renewed their contracts,the doctors have been working at clinics across the Vhembe district, under the National Health Insurance pilot projects.

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Smile 90.4 FM - Smile Catch Up - Dean Friederich

The World Health Organization is driving the theme Universal Health coverage for all.The Heart and Stroke Foundation South Africa (HSFSA) CEO Pamela Naidoo,joined Smile Fm to discuss this issue and the implementation of the National Health Insurance Schem...

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Talk Radio 702 - The Money Show with Bruce Whitfield - Bruce Whitfield

Netcare Group Executive Officer Richard Friedland,joined Talk Radio,to discuss the annoucement made to dispose of the general health group,in the United Kingdom when it looked like a lot of people would get medical aid and the Introduction of the Natio......

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567 CapeTalk - The Money Show with Bruce Whitfield - Bruce Whitfield

Netcare Group Executive Officer Richard Friedland,joined Cape Talk to discuss the annoucement made to dispose of the general health group,in the United Kingdom when it looked like a lot of people would get medical aid and the Introduction of the Nationa.....

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567 CapeTalk - The John Maytham Show - John Maytham

The Chairperson of the SAHPRA Board is Professor Helen Rees, who was Chairperson of the Medicines Control Council.Has brought the council into good space and it gives products which are exceeding in the market space.

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SAfm - Midday Live - Stephen Kirker

The Gauteng Department of Health (DoH) in partnership with Right to Care and Right ePharmacy launched a groundbreaking “ATM pharmacy in Alexandra.Managing director of Right ePharmacy, Fanie Hendricks joined SAFM to discuss this issue further.

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Mixed reaction to postponement of motion of no confidence against Supra

Mixed reaction to postponement of motion of no confidence against Supra MAHIKENG MAIL - MAHIKENG: There decision by the provincial legislature speaker, Sussan Dantjie to indefinitely postpone the motion of no confidence against North West Prenier, Supra M...

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CARING HEALTH SYSTEM VITAL FOR SA

CARING HEALTH SYSTEM VITAL FOR SA SA has noted negative media coverage of 'abusive' healthcare workers but they need proper state support in order to function properlyj Analysis VELOSHNEE GOVENDER A HEALTH system that communities experience as uncaring an...

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CARING HEALTH SYSTEM VITAL FOR SA

CARING HEALTH SYSTEM VITAL FOR SA ISA has noted negative media coverage of 'abusive' healthcare workers but they need proper state support in order to function properly Analysis VELOSHNEE GOVENDER A HEALTH system that communities experience as uncaring" a...

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CARING HEALTH SYSTEM VITAL FOR SA

CARING HEALTH SYSTEM VITAL FOR SA SA has noted negative media coverage of 'abusive' healthcare workers but they need proper state support in order to function properlyj Analysis VELOSHNEE GOVENDER A HEALTH system that communities experience as uncaring an...

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CARING HEALTH SYSTEM VITAL FOR SA

CARING HEALTH SYSTEM VITAL FOR SA SA has noted negative media coverage of 'abusive' healthcare workers but they need proper state support in order to function properlyj Analysis VELOSHNEE GOVENDER A HEALTH system that communities experience as uncaring an...

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CARING HEALTH SYSTEM VITAL FOR SA

CARING HEALTH SYSTEM VITAL FOR SA SA has noted negative media coverage of 'abusive' healthcare workers but they need proper state support in order to function properly Analysis VELOSHNEE GOVENDER A HEALTH system that communities experience as uncaring and...

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Miners owed billions sought

Miners owed billions sought * Drive to locate former workers for unclaimed compensation payouts Tamar Kahn Science and Health Writer The Compensation Commission for Occupational Diseases is sharing data with retirement fund administrators to track down fo...

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Knight in shining armour for miners injured at work

Knight in shining armour for miners injured at work By TAMAR KAHN Cape Town THE Compensation Commission for Occupational Diseases (CCOD) has steadily increased the number of payouts to injured miners over the past three years, a trend that suggests the re...

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Miners owed billions sought

Miners owed billions sought * Drive to locate former workers for unclaimed compensation payouts Tamar Kahn Science and Health Writer The Compensation Commission for Occupational Diseases is sharing data with retirement fund administrators to track down fo...

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South African Family Practice 2018; 60(1 ):4-14

...0 ml/min/1.73m2, and these patients with CKD stage 3 or worse should be managed with specialist supervision. R93.00 for 120 mg (Single exit price as at March 2017). SEMDSA 2017 Recommendations for sulphonylureas The sulphonylurea of choice should be glicl...

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Surge in complaints about healthcare after the Life Esidimeni tragedy

CONSUMER HOTLINE Surge in complaints about healthcare after the Life Esidimeni tragedy Tamar Kahn Science and Health Writer The Office of Health Standards Compliance had seen a surge in complaints to its consumer hotline in the wake of the Life Esidimeni ...

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Surge in complaints about healthcare after the Life Esidimeni tragedy

CONSUMER HOTLINE Surge in complaints about healthcare after the Life Esidimeni tragedy Tamar Kahn Science and Health Writer The Office of Health Standards Compliance had seen a surge in complaints to its consumer hotline in the wake of the Life Esidimeni ...

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Irregular health expenses soar to R1.02bn

POOR AUDITS Irregular health expenses soar to R1.02bn Tamar Kahn Science and Health Writer The Finance and Fiscal Commission (FFC) has ciilicised the Department of Health for not doing more to ensure that the provincial health depaitments improve their au...

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Irregular health expenses soar to R1.02bn

POOR AUDITS Irregular health expenses soar to R1.02bn Tamar Kahn Science and Health Writer The Finance and Fiscal Commission (FFC) has criticised the Department of Health for not doing more to ensure that the provincial health departments improve their au...

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BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS

BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS By Lynne du Toit, Eurolab Group CEO In the race between original, clone and generic medications, it's often the patient that's the loser. Big pharmaceutical companies tend to take advantage of pr...

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DRUG MAKERS WANT DEPARTMENT'S NOD FOR ANOTHER PRICE HIKE

... by the department and companies are usually only allowed one price rise a year. In late December, the department announced the single exit price (SEP) increase for 2018 would be just 1.26%. Top of the agenda is a request for an "extraordinary" price rise...

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BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS

BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS By Lynne du Toit, Eurolab Group CEO In the race between original, clone and generic medications, it's often the patient that's the loser. Big pharmaceutical companies tend to take advantage of pr...

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BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS

BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS By Lynne du Toit, Eurolab Group CEO In the race between original, clone and generic medications, it's often the patient that's the loser. Big pharmaceutical companies tend to take advantage of pr...

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DRUG MAKERS WANT DEPARTMENT'S NOD FOR ANOTHER PRICE HIKE

... by the department and companies are usually only allowed one price rise a year. In late December, the department announced the single exit price (SEP) increase for 2018 would be just 1.26%. Top of the agenda is a request for an "extraordinary" price rise...

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DRUG MAKERS WANT DEPARTMENT'S NOD FOR ANOTHER PRICE HIKE

... by the department and companies are usually only allowed one price rise a year. In late December, the department announced the single exit price (SEP) increase lor 2018 would be just 1.26%. Top of the agenda is a request for an "extraordinary" price rise...

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BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS

BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS By Lynne du Toit, Eurolab Group CEO In the race between original, clone and generic medications, it's often the patient that's the loser. Big pharmaceutical companies tend to take advantage of pr...

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DRUG MAKERS WANT DEPARTMENT'S NOD FOR ANOTHER PRICE HIKE

... by the department and companies are usually only allowed one price rise a year. In late December, the department announced the single exit price (SEP) increase for 2018 would be just 1.26%, Top of the agenda is a request for an "extraordinary" price rise...

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It's a jungle out there- here's your survival guide

It's a jungle out there- here's your survival guide SAMA Communications Department Junior doctors around the world often have difficulty fitting in to their new internship surrounding s.To s up port them, the Junior Doctors Association of South Africa (J....

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DRUG MAKERS WANT DEPARTMENT'S NOD FOR ANOTHER PRICE HIKE

... by the department and companies are usually only allowed one price rise a year. In late December, the department announced the single exit price (SEP) increase for 2018 would be just 1.26%. Top of the agenda is a request for an "extraordinary" price rise...

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BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS

BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS By Lynne du Toit, Eurolab Group CEO In the race between original, clone and generic medications, it's often the patient that's the loser. Big pharmaceutical companies tend to take advantage of pr...

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DRUG MAKERS WANT DEPARTMENT'S NOD FOR ANOTHER PRICE HIKE

... by the department and companies are usually only allowed one price rise a year. In late December, the department announced the single exit price (SEP) increase for 2018 would be just 1.26%. Top of the agenda is a request for an "extraordinary" price rise...

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DRUG MAKERS WANT DEPARTMENT'S NOD FOR ANOTHER PRICE HIKE

... by the department and companies are usually only allowed one price rise a year. In late December, the department announced the single exit price (SEP) increase for 2018 would be just 1.26%. Top of the agenda is a request for an "extraordinary" price rise...

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DRUG MAKERS WANT DEPARTMENT'S NOD FOR ANOTHER PRICE HIKE

... by the department and companies are usually only allowed one price rise a year. In late December, the department announced the single exit price (SEP) increase for 2018 would be just 1.26%. Top of the agenda is a request for an "extraordinary" price rise...

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BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS

BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS By Lynne du Toit, Eurolab Group CEO In the race between original, clone and generic medications, it's often the patient that's the loser. Big pharmaceutical companies tend to take advantage of pr...

read more..


DRUG MAKERS WANT DEPARTMENT'S NOD FOR ANOTHER PRICE HIKE

... by the department and companies are usually only allowed one price rise a year. In late December, the department announced the single exit price (SEP) increase for 2018 would be just 1.26%. Top of the agenda is a request for an "extraordinary" price rise...

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BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS

BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS By Lynne du Toit, Eurolab Group CEO In the race between original, clone and generic medications, it's often the patient that's the loser. Big pharmaceutical companies tend to take advantage of pr...

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BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS

BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS By Lynne du Toit, Eurolab Group CEO In the race between original, clone and generic medications, it's often the patient that's the loser. Big pharmaceutical companies tend to take advantage of pr...

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BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS

BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS By Lynne du Toit, Eurolab Group CEO In the race between original, clone and generic medications, it's often the patient that's the loser. Big pharmaceutical companies tend to take advantage of pr...

read more..


DRUG MAKERS WANT DEPARTMENT'S NOD FOR ANOTHER PRICE HIKE

... by the department and companies are usually only allowed one price rise a year. In late December, the department announced the single exit price (SEP) increase for 2018 would be just 1.26%. Top of the agenda is a request for an "extraordinary" price rise...

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BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS

BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS By Lynne du Toit, Eurolab Group CEO In the race between original, clone and generic medications, it's often the patient that's the loser. Big pharmaceutical companies tend to take advantage of pr...

read more..


DRUG MAKERS WANT DEPARTMENT'S NOD FOR ANOTHER PRICE HIKE

... by the department and companies are usually only allowed one price rise a year. In late December, the department announced the single exit price (SEP) increase for 2018 would be just 1.26%. Top of the agenda is a request for an "extraordinary" price rise...

read more..


BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS

BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS By Lynne du Toit, Eurolab Group CEO In the race between original, clone and generic medications, it's often the patient that's the loser. Big pharmaceutical companies tend to take advantage of pr...

read more..


DRUG MAKERS WANT DEPARTMENT'S NOD FOR ANOTHER PRICE HIKE

... by the department and companies are usually only allowed one price rise a year. In late December, the department announced the single exit price (SEP) increase for 2018 would be just 1.26%. Top of the agenda is a request for an "extraordinary" price rise...

read more..


DRUG MAKERS WANT DEPARTMENT'S NOD FOR ANOTHER PRICE HIKE

... by the department and companies are usually only allowed one price rise a year. In late December, the department announced the single exit price (SEP) increase for 2018 would be just 1.26%. Top of the agenda is a request for an "extraordinary" price rise...

read more..


DRUG MAKERS WANT DEPARTMENT'S NOD FOR ANOTHER PRICE HIKE

... by the department and companies are usually only allowed one price rise a year. In late December, the department announced the single exit price (SEP) increase for 2018 would be just 1.26%. Top of the agenda is a request for an "extraordinary" price rise...

read more..


BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS

BARRIERS TO ENTRY FOR GENERIC MEDS MAKE PATIENTS THE LOSERS By Lynne du Toit, Eurolab Group CEO In the race between original, clone and generic medications, it's often the patient that's the loser. Big pharmaceutical companies tend to take advantage of pr...

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"Health Department apologizing for injecting learners"

"Health Department apologizing for injecting learners" Stellalander-Ganyesa -The Democratic Alliance (DA) welcomes the public apology from the Northwest Department of Health for administering birth control injections to learners at the Pitso-Letlhogile Se...

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Combination Products Regulations Course | USA and EU Seminar 2018

Overview: This seminar provides Professionals working in this area with A thorough understanding of the complexities involved All the relevant regulations and guidelines Real life examples of how to register and maintain various types of combinati...

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State capture strikes again? This province has just days to avoid drug stock-outs

Striking workers say a go-slow at the North West’s central depot will continue until their demands are met.North West hospitals and clinics could run out of medicine in just days as a go-slow at its central medicine depot enters its second month, provinci...

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[EXCLUSIVE] North West could run out of medicine within days

AfricaAll industriesAgricultureAutomotiveConstruction andamp; EngineeringCSI andamp; SustainabilityEducationEnergy andamp; MiningFinanceHealthcareHR andamp; RecruitmentICTLegalLifestyleLogistics andamp; TransportManufacturingMarketing andamp; MediaPropertyRetailTouri...

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North West could run out of medicine within days | EXCLUSIVE

North West hospitals and clinics could run out of medicine in just days as a go-slow at its central medicine depot enters its second month, provincial communications Tebogo Lekgethwane has confirmed. 123rf.com“With the strike, it means nothing is coming i...

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[EXCLUSIVE] North West could run out of medicine within a week

Striking workers say gates to the province’s central depot will stay locked until their demands are met. North West hospitals and clinics could run out of medicine in just days as a go-slow at its central medicine depot enters its second month, provinc......

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Mahikeng Chaos: This Is Why NW Protestors Want Supra To Go

North West capital Mahikeng remains on shutdown, amid calls from raging communities for provincial premier Supra Mahumapelo to go. The violence has caused at least one death so far - a man was killed in a vehicle crash, allegedly while fleeing the poli......

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Data shared to track down ex-miners owed billions in unclaimed benefits

The Compensation Commission for Occupational Diseases is sharing data with retirement fund administrators to track down former miners with unclaimed benefits worth an estimated R4bn. The collaboration holds hope for some of the 3.5-million beneficiarie......

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More payouts to injured miners after reforms

The Compensation Commission for Occupational Diseases (CCOD) has steadily increased the number of payouts to injured miners over the past three years‚ a trend that suggests the reforms instituted by commissioner Barry Kistnasamy have turned the troubled f...

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More payouts to injured miners after reforms by Barry Kistnasamy

The Compensation Commission for Occupational Diseases (CCOD) has steadily increased the number of payouts to injured miners over the past three years, a trend that suggests the reforms instituted by commissioner Barry Kistnasamy have turned the troubled f...

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#BreakingNews: Possible #Mediosa mobile clinic scandal investigated at #NWHealth

National Treasury has launched an investigation into the North West Health Department’s controversial deal with Gupta-linked healthcare company, Mediosa. This was revealed by Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi in his written response to a question ab...

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Healthcare hotline complaints surge after Life Esidimeni tragedy

The Office of Health Standards Compliance (OHSC) has seen a surge in complaints on its consumer hotline in the wake of the Life Esidimeni tragedy, it told Parliament on Wednesday. The OHSC is a statutory body charged with safeguarding standards at heal......

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300 complaints a month over SA's health facilities

The Office of Health Standards Compliance (OHSC) has seen a surge in complaints to its consumer hotline in the wake of the Life Esidimeni tragedy‚ it told parliament on Wednesday. The OHSC - is a statutory body charged with safeguarding standards at he......

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Dudu Myeni ready to appear before inquiry but ‘ill health’ preventing her

Former SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni has denied claims that she is deliberately snubbing Parliaments Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises’ inquiry into state capture insisting that she is sick and has been transparently communicating with the committee ...

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Irregular health expenses soar to R1.02bn

The Finance and Fiscal Commission notes that only the national health department and that of the Western Cape received unqualified audits in 2016-17 The Finance and Fiscal Commission (FFC) has criticised the national Department of Health for no...

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Luthuli House swoops on North West to deal with Supra problems

The ANC will descend on the North West on Wednesday when its leaders are expected, among others, to deal with the motion of no confidence aimed at ousting Premier Supra Mahumapelo. The governing party’s national working committee was expected to meet t......

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Luthuli House swoops on North West to deal with Supra problems

The ANC will descend on the North West on Wednesday when its leaders are expected, among others, to deal with the motion of no confidence aimed at ousting Premier Supra Mahumapelo. The governing party’s national working committee was expected to meet t......

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South Africa: Coming Up at Parliament this term

Parliament’s programme this term, which begins this week, is packed with plenaries, questions to the Executive, budget votes, the National Council of Provinces’ (NCOP) local government week and youth parliament, amongst others. The NCOP will kick start i....

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Coming up at Parliament This Term

- Parliament’s programme this term, which begins this week, is packed with plenaries, questions to the Executive, budget votes, the National Council of Provinces’ (NCOP) local government week and youth parliament, amongst others. The NCOP will kick sta......

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Parliament Briefed on Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Bill

2018-04-12 Parliament Parliament was recently briefed on the Choice on Termination of Pregnancy Amendment Bill. The private member’s bill was tabled in parliament in December 2017. Parliament called for comment on the bill in July 2017. T...

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Medicinal cannabis more easily available?

Today at the Portfolio Committee on Health, the Department of Health outlined a clear plan that would see the greater availability of medicinal cannabis to those who suffer from chronic pain. Medicinal cannabis, if appropriately prescribed, can be of grea...

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DA’s Keeka wants KZN health MEC to step down for ‘spreading fake news’

Democratic Alliancein kwaZulu-Natal wants premier Willies Mnchunu to fire Health MEC Dr Sibongiseni Dlomo. Picture: Supplied DA spokesperson on health in KwaZulu-Natal Imran Keeka on Monday said he would write to the premier, asking him to remove health.....

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Health MEC resorts to fake news to bolster his own image – DA KZN

says new radiotherapy machine for Addington Hospital has in fact not yet arrived #KZNOncologyCrisis: Health MEC resorts to fake news to bolster his own image 9 April 2018 The DA will today write to KZN Premier, Willies Mchunu, after his Health MEC...

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Clicks Group recorded improved sales performance in health and beauty

...e opening 40 new stores this year, well ahead of the target of 25 to 30 stores. UPD aims to mitigate the impact of the lower single exit price (SEP) increase through continued tight cost control and the benefit of four new distribution contracts starti...

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Clicks interim results February 2018

.....be opening 40 new stores this year, well ahead of the target of 25 to 30 stores. UPD aims to mitigate the impact of the lower single exit price (SEP) increase through continued tight cost control and the benefit of four new distribution contracts starti...

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CLICKS GROUP LIMITED - Interim Condensed Consolidated Results for the six months ended 28 ...

.....be opening 40 new stores this year, well ahead of the target of 25 to 30 stores. UPD aims to mitigate the impact of the lower single exit price (SEP) increase through continued tight cost control and the benefit of four new distribution contracts start....

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