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Our Vision

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……is to contribute to the quality of life of our communities. Our mission is to provide quality health care at affordable costs across the world.

Brown & Burk UK Ltd specializes in providing a quality & value added service to its customers consisting of:

  • High quality, EU GMP compliant generic pharmaceuticals.
  • A guaranteed, reliable and controlled pharma supply chain.
  • A total commitment by staff to customer service.
  • A solid, long-term customer/supplier relationship throughout the product life-cycle.
  • A right-first-time, on time, every time approach to deliveries.

We believe that Quality is the Key to Success.

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Everything You Need FOR YOUR HEALTH

Brown and Burk was started with a mission to develop medicines to prevent, diagnose, alleviate and cure diseases . With our relentless efforts throughout these years, people around the world know that our ultimate goal is their health and well-being, which we achieve through excellence in technology, based on world-class research and development.

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Patients may not have to finish antibiotic course, says study

Experts say patients should stop taking antibiotics when they feel better, not when the course finishes. Telling patients to stop taking antibiotics when they feel better may be a preferable instruction, according to a group of experts who argue that[...][...]

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Homeopathy among 18 items NHS could scrap from prescriptions

Homeopathy prescriptions: Homeopathy and herbal remedies are amongst the 18 products and treatments NHS may scrap from prescriptions, NHS England has launched a public consultation on whether this should happen. Homeopathy prescriptions The commissioner estimates the 18 “ineffective, over-priced and[...][...]

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Vacant NHS posts reached 86,000, says report

Vacant NHS posts in England. Between January 2017 and March 2017 reaches 86,000. Vacant NHS Posts: Statistics from NHS Digital – which collates data – shows the number of vacancies climbed by almost 8,000 compared to the same period in 2016.[...][...]

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NPA survey says public against online medicine sales

Two thirds of respondents to a National Pharmacy Association (NPA) survey are against online retailers providing NHS medicines in place of local pharmacies. Online medicine sales are on the rise, however their popularity some think is not. NPA survey 69%[...][...]

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NHS England challenged by drug industry over medicine price limits

Trade body applies for judicial review of decision taken by NHS England and Nice, holding back funding for new drugs which is set to cost more than £20m a year in their first three years of use. NHS England :The UK[...][...]

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NHS prescribed record number of antidepressants in 2016

Antidepressants : The NHS prescribed a record number of antidepressants last year, fuelling the upward trend that has seen the number of pills given to patients more than double over the last 10 years. However, this rise in figures raised[...][...]

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The Pharmaceutical industry is at risk from Brexit

Pharmaceutical news: Despite debates about the impacts of Brexit, the pharmaceutical industry is less eye-catching than other sectors. The pharmaceutical sector in the EU has increased from €125 billion to €225 billion over the last 15 years. Employment in the[...][...]

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UK ministers move to allay Brexit fears over access to medicines

The government has moved to dampen fears in the pharmaceutical and life sciences industry that Brexit will mean patients and the NHS will wait longer and pay more for drugs and treatment. The health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, and the business[...][...]

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How much does the NHS spend on medicines?

NHS spending medicines: Following the recent general election, the pressing topic of NHS spending is ever pressing. But putting a figure on its medicines spending is far from straightforward. NHS spending medicines – Nobody is able to answer the simple[...][...]

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Without action on antibiotics, medicine will return to the dark ages

Continued overprescribing and abuse could lead to more people dying of resistant infections than cancer. Only global cooperation can solve the problem. Four years ago Professor Sally Davies, England’s chief medical officer, published ‘The Drugs Don’t Work’, this gave the[...][...]

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NHS trusts overspend by £770m despite bailout funding

NHS Trusts are failing to limit overspending to £580m but make inroads into previous year’s £2.45bn figure. NHS trusts overspent by £770m last year in the latest sign that hospitals are finding it impossible to meet fast-rising demand for care[...][...]

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NHS drug rationing plans should be reversed

NHS drug rationing: More than 30 charities have written to the three UK party leaders urging them to commit to reversing NHS measures to increase rationing of medicines. Health officials last month brought in new thresholds which mean access to[...][...]

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NHS cyber attack is now under control

NHS Cyber attack: The NHS has been declared “open for business” after a crippling ransomware attack left large swathes of its services paralysed over the weekend. NHS England said that, as of 3pm on Monday, two hospitals remained on divert[...][...]

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Access to medicines: making market forces serve the poor

Access to medicines: Nearly 2 billion people have no access to basic medicines, causing a cascade of preventable misery and suffering. Since the landmark agreement on the Global Strategy and Plan of Action on Public Health, Innovation and Intellectual Property,[...][...]

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NHS faces ‘ticking time bomb’.

Obesity, smoking and binge drinking are pushing the health service to ‘breaking point. Doctors are warning Theresa May the NHS faces a “ticking time bomb” unless the Government drastically increases funding for public health. A report from the the British[...][...]

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NHS hospital waiting lists to rise above five million

NHS Hospital Waiting Lists: The backlog of patients waiting more than 18 weeks for elective care procedures is expected to more than double by 2019 if nothing is done to improve current services, according to a document leaked to HSJ.[...][...]

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Pharmacy Voice to cease operations end of April 2017

Pharmacy Voice to cease operations end of April 2017. The NPA gave notice in December 2016, to leave Pharmacy Voice at the end of 2017. This triggered a clause in Pharmacy Voice’s governing documents which prevents the organisation continuing without[...][...]

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NHS patients could face delays accessing life saving drugs.

New rules mean health bosses in England can delay roll-out of expensive treatments after approval by NICE. NICE has imposed a £20m-a-year cap on the cost of new drugs, to be introduced in the NHS in a move to ease[...][...]

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Rationing of NHS services ‘leaving patients in pain and distress’

The King’s Fund Report says Rationing of NHS services ‘leaving patients in pain and distress’. The rationing of NHS services: The enforced rationing of overstretched NHS services is leaving patients in pain and distress, a new report has said. A[...][...]

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The risks behind buying medicines online

Warnings have been given regarding purchasing medications on the internet after an investigation found “widespread failings” with some online providers, according to the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The watchdog inspected 11 internet prescription services in England, finding some “potentially presenting[...][...]

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