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Janssen Pharmaceutical Collaborates with Stiching International Dispensary Association


PTSM: Pharmaceutical Technology Sourcing and Management
Volume 10, Issue 5

Johnson & Johnson reported its affiliate Janssen Pharmaceutical NV has entered into a collaboration with the Stiching International Dispensary Association (IDA), a procurement agent for the Stop TB Partnership’s Global Drug Facility (GDF), to facilitate access to the company’s anti-tuberculosis medicine. This public-private partnership was established by the newly formed Janssen Global Public Health, to help improve overall public health.

More than 130 low- and middle-income countries outside of the US will now be able to obtain this new anti-tuberculosis medicine through the procurement processes of GDF and its agent, the IDA.

Source: Johnson & Johnson

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