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Libby Whittaker highlights PAGB's self care work through the decades.
Watch or download PAGB's webinar for a comprehensive guide to government guidance on no deal business readiness that applies to the consumer healthcare industry.
BMA council chair, Dr Chaand Nagpaul CBE explains how surgeries are empowering people to better look after themselves.
Judy Stenmark, the Global Self-Care Federation's Director General, highlights why self care must be a global priority.
PAGB response to research on the ingredients in teething products
PAGB response to research on paracetamol in pregnancy and behavioural issues risk in children
Jill Moretto, Heritage Archivist at GSK has looked into the archives and found the people linked with PAGB and GSK during the 100 years of the Association, beginning with A.J White, a founding member of PAGB.
PAGB's Libby Whittaker highlights some of the regulatory challenges that PAGB has faced in the last 100 years, starting with the 1920 proposed Patent Medicines Bill.
Johnson and Johnson's Gill Peckham describes some of the regulatory highlights that have made a difference to PAGB's member companies through the years.
According to Precision Marketing Group's Ellie Hughes, "we can count on PAGB to have the knowledge, expertise, energy and commitment to ensure the UK consumer healthcare market thrives for the next 100 years"