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January 24, 2022

New association in the pharmaceutical industry

Yesterday, in Bucharest, was laid the cornerstone for a new organization in the pharmaceutical industry: The Romanian Association of the Producers of Medicines Without Prescription, Food Supplements and Medical Devices (RASCI).

The main goal of the association is to promote in an open and informed manner medicines without prescription, food supplements and medical devices for personal care as an efficient solution with positive impact on the Romanian peoples’ health.

“Through this association, we will provide a powerful, competent and unitary voice to this fundamental segment of the pharmaceutical industry, an element which we appreciate that is essential in the success of our approach in educating the Romanian patient and consumer, regarding his general health situation, the need to approach a prophylactic attitude, as well as concerning responsible and well informed personal care. That’s why we aim, in cooperation with authorities, institutions and other organization within the industry, either public or private, to develop information campaigns by which we will contribute to the continuous improvement of the health education and to increase the responsibility level in preventing and treating diseases with products from the category of medicines without prescription, food supplement and medical devices for personal care”, stated Razvan Bosinceanu, RASCI President.

Founding members of the association are producers and distributors of medicines without prescription (OTC), food supplements and medical devices for personal care, who are active on the Romanian market: Bayer, Glaxo Smith Kline Consumer Healthcare, Johnson & Johnson, Sanofi, Reckitt Benckiser, Pfizer, Prisum International Trading.


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