Greetings on yet another edition of The Prescription!
Researchers working at IBM's labs have developed a new kind of synthetic molecule that targets superbugs without some of the worst side effects of conventional antibiotics. With antibiotic resistance being one of the main dangers to our health, this synthetic molecule could be our next saviour. PSM India capsule captures the details on this research.
India is not only growing as a net donor but also as a preferential player in the pharma industry in terms of trade, manufacturing and R&D. India has made its mark not just in these areas but has established itself as the tenth largest pharma exporter in the world.
With this strong foothold in the pharma sector, India represents a robust pharma market. Its growing success has helped enhance the image of not only Indian companies but also India as a whole. In our Pharma Injections section, read more on how our country will lead the race to becoming a developed country and other interesting news such as innovations in Pharma packaging checking fake drugs.
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