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PTSM: Pharmaceutical Technology Sourcing and Management, Jan 9, 2008
Global Feature
Merck Makes Strides in Executing a New Supply Strategy
By Patricia Van Arnum
Richard Spoor, senior vice-president of global procurement at Merck & Co., Inc., discusses the company's strategy and progress made in its supply strategy that involves increased outsourcing and implementing lean-manufacturing principles in its manufacturing network. Pharmaceutical Technology's senior editor Patricia Van Arnum moderates.
Drug Delivery
Nanotechnology Remains a Priority for US Research
By Patricia Van Arnum
The National Nanotechnology Initiative's new strategic plan affirms the federal government's support for research and development in nanotechnology, including for medical and healthcare applications.
Outsourcing
Pipeline Peril
By Jim Miller
The dynamics of the R&D pipeline could undercut recent CRO and CMO successes.

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