The Adcock Ingram Group reports sound financial performance for the six-months ended 31 December 20182/21/2019 7:21:24 AM
Johannesburg – The Adcock Ingram Group is pleased to report a 17% increase in trading profit for the six-month period ended 31 December 2018. These results were achieved against a background of a strictly price-regulated environment, coupled with tough trading conditions as a consequence of continued pressure on the consumer.
Adcock Ingram wins approximately R2 billion of the State’s three-year Anti-Retroviral Tender2/18/2019 2:01:35 PM
Johannesburg – Following the announcement by the South African National Treasury Department regarding the results of the South African Government’s National Anti-Retroviral (ARV) Tender on 14 February 2019, Adcock Ingram is delighted to announce that it has been successful in winning a number of key products within the tender
Adcock Ingram launches the YES (Youth Employment Service) programme11/6/2018 1:09:37 PM
Johannesburg – It was a momentous occasion as the first intake of 27 YES graduates were warmly welcomed into the Adcock Ingram family at the YES Programme launch that took place at their head office in Midrand yesterday.
The Adcock Ingram Group reports a positive trading performance8/29/2018 7:32:51 AM
Johannesburg – The Adcock Ingram Group is pleased to report a 20% increase in trading profit for the year ended 30 June 2018, particularly when considering the price-regulated environment in which it operates and the difficult economic conditions in South Africa.
Knowledge can boost confidence for oral contraceptive users8/28/2018 12:00:00 AM
Enabling women to make choices about their fertility is empowering and offers women better economic and social opportunities. Since their introduction in 1960, there have been many advances towards minimising the side effects of oral contraceptives (OCs) and thus to improving compliance. Lower dose oral contraceptive formulations have resulted in a decrease in side effects such as breast tenderness and bloating.
Linking education to treatment during Mental Health Awareness Month7/26/2018 12:25:03 PM
Mental Health Awareness Month is a time to reflect on stigma and discrimination, which can only be stopped by education. 1 Education relating to treatment support, may also be helpful in mapping the way forward for those affected by mental illness.
31st Annual National Cancer Survivors Day – Sunday 03 June 20186/19/2018 5:30:44 PM
The first Sunday of June each year is marked by National Cancer Survivors Day. As cancer survivors, their families and their communities hold hands around the world, thought must be given to what more can be done to contain the disease and to improve the quality of life of those affected by cancer.
World Hypertension Day - 17 May 20186/19/2018 5:26:31 PM
17 May each year marks World Hypertension Day, encouraging an increase in awareness and control of this modern epidemic.
Adcock Ingram Group delivers healthy operating results for the six-months ended 31 December 20172/21/2018 9:03:49 AM
Headline earnings per share from continuing operations increased 33% Level 3 B-BBEE rating achieved
World Diabetes Day - 14 November 201711/10/2017 10:17:14 AM
Focus on control and treatment of Type 2 diabetes as incidence increases1 World Diabetes Day takes place on 14th November this year - an opportunity for people from all walks of life to unite in raising awareness to improve the lives of those with diabetes and those at risk Midrand: If you are 35 years or older, overweight, especially around your waistline, and loathe doing exercise, you may well be at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.2 The risk is increased if you also have high blood pressure or elevated cholesterol levels, or a family history of diabetes.2
Stroke Day - 29 October 201711/2/2017 1:44:25 PM
Muscle pain may hold you back during cholesterol treatment The role of prevention highlighted this World Stroke Day Midrand: The experience of having a stroke can be one of the most unexpected and devastating, not only for the survivor, but for their loved ones, friends, workplace colleagues and communities. If we think that we can escape the risk of being one of millions of people who are exposed to this leading cause of death and disability, we need to do something to prevent stroke happening to us and those close to us.
The benefits of ‘GAP’ cover in treating high blood pressure9/21/2017 10:49:17 AM
World Heart Day takes place on 29th September every year, drawing attention to cardiovascular disease and the need for prevention through the adoption of healthy lifestyles. According to the World Health Organisation, a third of South African adults have high blood pressure or hypertension as it is called in medical circles, which can increase the risk of heart attack, heart failure, kidney disease or stroke.