Currently, the United States holds more than 45% of the total global pharmaceutical market. However, despite maintaining this foothold, there can still be confusion based on the differences between GMP and GLP testing lab standards and regulations. While both are testing laboratories, they are very different when compared and contrasted against each other.Read more
Pharmaceutical companies spend billions of dollars and several years to introduce one drug to the market. A single drug may require about $2 billion and 10 years of testing. Each stage of the test has a set of unique challenges, costs, and timelines that a pharmaceutical company must consider.
Read on to learn more about each step and what is needed.Read more
The pharmaceutical industry is one of the only markets in the United States that can be expected to remain relatively steady. This is not only due to its size, but its necessity.Read more
When it comes to laboratory testing, there are two terms that are commonly used: a GMP and GLP testing lab. It’s understandable to get these two types of laboratory testing confused. After all, Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) regulations and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) regulations both relate to laboratory testing. However, GMP and GLP testing labs are very different.