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European Pre-Filled Syringes

28 Jan 2013 - 29 Jan 2013 - London, UK



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SMi are proud to present the return of their flagship Pre-Filled Syringes Conference. Now in its 5th year, the 2013 conference will bring together experts from a range of industry perspectives to discuss solutions and strategies within key issues such as syringe formulations for biosimilars and other biologics, extractable and leachables, primary packaging developments and filling and finishing. As well as exclusive presentations on the latest commercial and regulatory developments across Europe and further afield, the event will act as a unique forum for attendees to learn, make connections and explore new ideas.

**New for 2013: First 25 Pharmaceutical Companies register for £899 including Networking Dinner at the Gilgamesh**

KEY BENEFITS OF ATTENDING:

Explore the challenges for the development of HCLF biologics with key industry professionals

Consider the effects of leachables and extractables and evaluating interactions between formulation and containers

Develop your understanding of regulatory compliance from pharmaceutical companies and the MHRA

Hear from leading healthcare professionals on the growing use of pre-filled syringes at the patient ‘front line’

Streamline the filling and closing process by exploring facility design strategies and syringe development line techniques

Discuss the latest in vendor procurement and outsourcing strategies

Network with and learn from key industry professionals, leading academics and healthcare representatives

Visit our website here: www.smi-online.co.uk/2013prefilledsyringes19.asp

Alternatively Contact Fateja Begum on telephone +44 (0) 20 7827 6184 or email on fbegum@smi-online.co.uk



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