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BioPharma Solutions, a business unit of Baxter, partners with pharmaceutical companies to support their commercialization objectives by providing scientific expertise, sterile manufacturing solutions, parenteral delivery systems, and customized support services needed to meet the unique challenges that parenteral products face.

Experience makes the difference: with nearly 80 years of parenteral expertise, we can help to navigate the pathway of success for your molecule. BioPharma Solutions provides our clients with confidence of delivery, service, and integrity - we know the work we do is ultimately
vital to the patients you serve.

BioPharma Solutions offers resources to help solve the high-stakes challenges you face in today’s complex parenteral marketplace:

Commitment to partnering
Diverse experience with a variety of drug categories and parenteral delivery systems
Scientific and manufacturing expertise
Worldwide manufacturing capabilities
Customized support services, including formulation development and sales and marketing capabilities
Experience with worldwide regulatory agencies
Quality systems

Whether you face formulation challenges, clinical supply hurdles, surges in demand due to market fluctuations, risk mitigation concerns, or patent expiry challenges, we offer versatile, tailored solutions to help you achieve your commercialization objectives.

Ultimately, our goal is to make you feel confident and secure choosing BioPharma Solutions as a partner—helping you to avoid the unexpected and guiding you through marketplace complexities so you can achieve the full potential of your molecule.

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BioPharma Solutions
Baxter Healthcare Corporation 25212 W. Illinois Route 120 Round Lake, IL 60073 United States

Tel: 1-847-948-4770



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