Latest in Tag: drug Highlight
Latest in Tag: drug
Initiative reviews, updates all export procedures at EDA, to ensure they comply with global regulatory rules
Authorities detect 58 cases related to illicit substance trafficking and drug abuse in 2019, says SSCHR
The production of the drug comes after EIPICO received approval from the Egyptian Drug Authority (EDA).
The approval was given by the Ministry of Health’s pharmaceutical regulatory body, the Egyptian Drug Authority (EDA). According to the EDA-issued approval, it is expected that all registration procedures will be completed within three months in preparation for production.
Egypt reports 1,566 new coronavirus cases on Monday, raising total infections to 66,754
The pharmaceuticals firm awaits the Egyptian Ministry of Health’s approval to export the antiviral drug, Morsy noted.
Critical patients have shown signs of recovery following injections of plasma from recovering virus patients
Ministry decision aims to secure country’s needs of medical products to counter coronavirus
His remarks came on the sidelines of Egypt’s inauguration of the Egyptian Medical Expo to Africa, which is held under the auspices of Egypt’s Prime Minister Mosatafa Madbouly and Amr Nassar, and organised by the Export Council for Medical Industries.
Despite that some social media users negated the possibility of an Egyptian intervention in the case, The statement said that the Ministry of Immigration and Egyptian Expatriate Affairs has reached out to a large number of Saudi authorities that asserted the case is still under study.
Tests carried out on 300 of ministry’s employees, drivers
A number of 15,877 employees have undergone drugs test in 10 ministries and their affiliated institutions
Bill to be applied to public sector companies, care homes, foster care, schools, kindergartens, private hospitals
Endowment Minister organises courses about drugs for 3,000 imams
Egyptian writers addressed many issues in Wednesday’s newspapers
Magdy Fouad, investors relations manager at Alexandria Company for Pharmaceuticals and Chemical Industries, revealed that the hike in the company profits in the five months ending in November 2017 can be traced back to a surge in the prices of drugs during the last period. “Revenues witnessed a hike as the company’s sales greatly increased,” …
We demand new increase next month to fulfil January promises: Foreign companies
The film director was heading to Paris but was prevented due to the possession of tranquilisers
List of medicines to be announced on Thursday, says spokesperson
We will ask the state to set up a factory for manufacturing raw materials, says MP Shadia Thabet
A US artist has proposed installing a public monument to the African drug dealers who “provide a valuable service” in Berlin’s parks. The idea has met with vicious online vitriol, which the artist says proves his point.
The Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis has said its net profit slipped 3 percent in the second quarter. It cited tough competition for its top cancer drug by new generic medications in the United States.
The decision followed investigations into the dealer’s involvement in drug, weapon dealing as well as killing police officers
Pharmaceutical companies have demanded the government increase the prices of medicine after the devaluation of the pound against the US dollar
The two officers’ connection to the El-Doksh drug cartel was identified during the Ministry of Interior’s internal review conducted at the end of last week.
A police force arrested Mohamed “El-Doksh” Hafez, head of a notorious drug cartel, on Sunday after previous raids to arrest cartel members resulted in the killing of eight police officers. A raid on the drug lord’s hideout in Qaliubiya’s Al-Gaafra saw cooperation between the Central Security Forces (CSF), the general security division of the Interior …
To help drug addicts and their relatives understand the circumstances surrounding drug addiction, we will give brief account summarising this dangerous problem
Police killed cartel leaders Korea and Mashkel in shootout after two failed raids
The UN has dismissed four staffers for distributing child pornography via the organization’s email system. Another staffer was fired for transporting 173 kilograms of marijuana in a UN vehicle. A report from the UN Under-Secretary General for Management said that four UN staff members were dismissed from their positions for storing “pornographic material, including pornography …
Valeant said they expected the medication – colloquially called ‘female Viagra’ – to be available in the US in the fourth quarter this year, and planned to bring the drug to the international market.