We provide the knowledge, skill & expertise that is second to none with our State of the Art designed sterile and sterile hazardous clean rooms.

 

Clinical Trials

Nexgen Specialty Pharmacy will work in conjunction with universities and pharma
manufacturers to participate, support and document clinical trials

Clinical Trials

Nexgen Specialty Pharmacy will work in conjunction with universities and  pharma manufacturers  to participate, support and document clinical trials.
Nexgen Specialty Pharmacy maintains the highest level of safety in our commitment to sterility and potency testing prior to product release.

A clinical trial is a research study in which volunteers receive investigational treatments under the supervision of a physician and other research professionals.

These treatments are developed by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies who select qualified physicians, also known as investigators, to conduct clinical trials to determine the benefits of investigational drugs .

Innovation

Nexgen Specialty Pharmacy understands that technology, medicine, and drug development in the healthcare industry is consistently progressing. Our team of experienced compounding pharmacists are always ‘In the know’ about the latest drug trends and breakthroughs. We strive to make the impossible possible. It’s No Problem! understands that technology, medicine, and drug development in the healthcare industry is consistently progressing. Our team of experienced compounding pharmacists are always ‘In the know’ about the latest drug trends and breakthroughs. We strive to make the impossible possible. It’s No Problem!

In the Beginning

The earliest pharmacy artisans were familiar with various natural substances and their uses. They had a working knowledge of the medicinal properties of the animals, plants, molds, fungus and bacteria as well as inorganic minerals within their environment. Ancient civilizations utilized pharmaceutical compounding in keeping the healthy well, treating the ill, as well as preparing the dead. Before mass production of medications became normal, compounding was a routine activity among pharmacists. Modern day pharmacists who are skilled with compounding techniques receive highly specialized training therefore are less common .