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Humanity- Georgia Intents to Cooperate with NGO’s

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Public Relations manager of pharmaceutical company Humanity-Georgia Nino Daraseli  made a special announcement to clarify all received questions towards the company, she said that Humanity- Georgia fully accepts the principle of transparency and openness and is ready to cooperate with any organization. We are ready to cooperate with any kind …

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Georgia Marks World Rare Disease Day

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Georgia marks the World  Nongovernmental organizations have named the idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) as the 2016 priority direction among other rare diseases. In relation to this day, a news conference was held at Radisson BLU Iveria hotel. The meeting was held by support of the Georgian Foundation of Genetic and …

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Georgia Marks Rare Diseases International Day


Georgia joins Rare Diseases International Day with a special event to promote and raise awareness of several diseases. Rare Disease Day takes place on the last day of February each year. The main objective of Rare Disease Day is to raise awareness amongst the general public and decision-makers about rare diseases …

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Business Kurieri Reveals: Medications of Humanity- Georgia Are the Cheapest

Recently Humanity-Georgia a new pharmaceutical company has entered Georgian market and provoked decrease prices of medications, local economic TV show “Business Kurieri” wondered how right this information was. To discover this, TV show has selected random ten put of 250 imported medications and compared them with local analogs and brand …

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Humanity- Georgia Continues The Campaign of Humanitarian Campaign of Medications

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Humanity-Georgia pharmaceutical company continues the campaign of humanitarian aid of drugs. From Monday consumers will get 30% cheaper set of antibiotic, probiotic, antiphlogistic and analgetic medications imported from abroad.   The pharmacy networks of Aversi, Impex-Pharma, PSP, People’s Pharmacy, Pharmadepot, Pharm House and GPC will receive both cordial medicines and …

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Levan Peradze: Health Ministry should Be Aware of Public Needs and Worries

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“What Hurts? – the joint social project by the Georgian Health Ministry and Global Alliance consulting group. Any reform may be successful if it meets the public expectations and requirements, the project initiators said.  The CBW editorial board has explored the opinion of the medical circles on this campaign. Levan …

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Gia Zhorzholiani: “What Hurts?” to Bolster Health System Reformation

The social initiative of “What hurts” is a joint project of the Ministry of Labor, Health and Social Protection of Georgia and Global Alliance consulting group. The social survey results will be envisioned in the healthcare system reformation process. The parliament majority member Gia Zhorzholiani has commented on this social …

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Swissinfo: Novartis Suspected of Corruption

Swissinfo Novartis Suspected of Corruptions

Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis is under investigation in South Korea, a spokeswoman for the company told swissinfo.ch on Monday via email. “We can confirm that the headquarters of Novartis Korea in Seoul were visited by local authorities in relation to an investigation on Feb 22, 2016,” she wrote. According to …

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Court Tells Johnson & Johnson to Pay $72 Million for Cancer Death

It’s the first verdict in more than 1,000 lawsuits filed over dangerous talc-based powders. Johnson & Johnson was ordered by a Missouri state jury to pay $72 million of damages to the family of a woman whose death from ovarian cancer was linked to her use of the company’s talc-based …

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Meet the AlphaMedic Consortium Members

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As part of the cooperation between the public and private sectors, three Tbilisi-based hospitals will be rehabilitated by investing about 0.5 billion. Namely, Tbilisi Children Infectious Clinic Hospital, the former Republican Hospital and the Universal Medical Center (the former oncology center) will be rehabilitated. Three companies have submitted offers for …

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