Pharmaceutical

"Bringing a drug to market is like finding a needle in a haystack"

The American pharmaceutical company Pfizer develops research to address rare and oncological diseases, for which it invests 15% of its income.

"It's like finding a needle in a haystack", Pfizer explains how a medicine is invented

The American pharmaceutical company Pfizer develops research to address rare and oncological diseases, for which it invests 15% of its income.

"At the cost of suffering": COVID leaves 40 new pharmaceutical billionaires

According to the NGO Oxfam, 573 people became billionaires in the pandemic, at a rate of one every 30 hours. The owners of energy and food also take advantage of the "suffering".

"At the cost of suffering": COVID leaves 40 new pharmaceutical billionaires

According to the NGO Oxfam, 573 people became billionaires in the pandemic, at a rate of one every 30 hours. The owners of energy and food also take advantage of the "suffering".

science always wins

In 2021 alone, it impacted the lives of more than 32 million Mexicans. With its motto “Science will win”, Pfizer today is led in Mexico by a woman who firmly believes in the value of innovation.

Johnson & Johnson to Stop Selling Opioids in the United States

The pharmaceutical company is one of the largest suppliers of the raw materials used to produce opioid pain relievers such as fentanyl and oxycodone.

Brussels wants to force pharmaceutical companies to give up coronavirus patents at an "affordable" price

Brussels wants to force pharmaceutical companies to sell coronavirus vaccines at an "affordable" price: opposes full liberalization

Will corporate greed prolong the pandemic?

As for-profit entities, pharmaceutical corporations are primarily interested in profits, not global health.

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