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Cord Blood Stem Cells Changing the Landscape of Human Healthcare in Blog de logística

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African Swine Fever Outbreak in Belgium to Affect Laboratory Goods Shipped to Australia in Blog de logística

The confirmation of an African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreak in Belgium — and its potential threat to the European market — caused Australian authorities to make changes on import regulations for pig meat and commodities such as laboratory goods containing or potentially contaminated with pig material (porcine). Conozca más

Plastic and Thermo Cool Products Made from Plastic Banned in India in Blog de logística

The Environment Department of the Government of Maharashtra has issued a ban on plastic products, as of June 23, 2018, under "Notification No.Plastic-2018/C.R. No.24/TC-4." Maharashtra is India's second-largest state with a population of more than 100 million. Conozca más

C02 Supply Crisis Hits Europe -- Limiting Availability of Dry Ice in Blog de logística

A raw gas sourcing issue in Northern and Continental Europe is affecting the availability of dry ice, commonly used to maintain the temperature of life science specimens and products. All major suppliers of liquid CO have been impacted by the raw gas sourcing issues, which is expected to last throughout June. Conozca más

Change for Importing Medical Devices Into Chile — New Documentation Required in Blog de logística

Effective July 02, 2018, the import of medical devices into Chile will require a new document from the ISP (Instituto Salud Publica-Public Health Institute.) The document, named CDA, can be processed online from the ISP platform, and when approved, will visible to both the importer (CRO/CRA and local laboratories) and the customs office. Conozca más

QuickSTAT France Received IATA CEIV Pharma Certification for Pharmaceutical Handling, Transport and Logistics in Blog de logística

QuickSTAT France has received the CEIV Pharma certification by IATA. The certification proves that QuickSTAT's Control Tower in France meets the highest service and quality standards developed by IATA and pharmaceutical Industry for the handling, transportation and logistics of pharmaceutical goods.

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Direct-to-Patient Solutions Assure Patient Participation and Retention in Clinical Trials in Blog de logística

The biopharm industry continues to explore new and better clinical trial processes to encourage patient recruitment and retention, such as the Direct-to-Patient distribution model. Conozca más

World Cord Blood Day 2017 - Global Events and Free Virtual Conference in Blog de logística

As the official sponsor of World Cord Blood Day 2017, we would like to cordially invite you to join us on November 15th to help promote cord blood awareness around the globe. The purpose of World Cord Blood Day is to educate expectant parents and health professionals about the current applications for this non-controversial source of stem cells and to highlight exciting research happening in this field of medicine. 

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How You Can Help the Victims of Tropical Storm Harvey in Blog de logística

Many people are asking how they can provide help to those affected by the devastation of Tropical Storm Harvey. As a category 4 Hurricane, Harvey slammed the Gulf Coast of Texas north of Corpus Christi, flattening communities and leaving destruction in its wake on early Saturday. By Sunday morning, more than 24 inches of rain had fallen in Houston, causing catastrophic floods. Conozca más

Planning Your Supply Chain Logistics for Commercialization of Cell, Gene and Immunotherapies in Blog de logística

With the astounding success of some of the new personalized medicine therapies in treating incurable diseases, the emphasis on research and development of cell, gene and immunotherapies is growing momentum. Some of the more promising cures for cancer are now in late-stage development, with two expected to be FDA approved by the end of 2017. Conozca más