World-class generic medicines

posted January 04, 2017 at 05:40 pm
by  Manila Standard Lifestyle
RHEA Generics partners with Pfizer, Sanofi, GSK, Otsuka and Merck to distribute world-class generic medicines in the country. This marks the launch of their new brand campaign, “Iba ang RHEA Generics: World-Class Ang Kalidad Sa Abot-Kayang Halaga,” to bring affordable and high-quality generic medicines to Filipinos. 

Last year had been very productive for the company as it signed several partnerships with various world-class pioneer companies in the pharmaceutical industry. Its new campaign with Mel Tiangco and Angel Locsin further supports its efforts to provide Filipinos more options in the medicines they need thus allowing RHEA Generics to be one of the top generic brands in the market.

RHEA Generics campaign ambassador
Angel Locsin
RHEA Generics remains a pioneer and trusted brand in the generics industry with more than 40 years of producing quality and affordable healthcare products, from over-the-counter products and vitamins to prescription drugs, including those from their partner pharmaceuticals.  

It is working towards increasing its partnership with more pharmaceutical companies to add to its impressive list of generic medicines. “Our commitment is to help Filipino patients have access to better healthcare by providing them with world class-quality and highly affordable medicines,” said Neogin Evangelista, Philusa Corporation President. 

Topics: RHEA Generics , Pfizer , Sanofi , GSK , Otsuka , Merck , “Iba ang RHEA Generics: World-Class Ang Kalidad Sa Abot-Kayang Halaga” , Mel Tiangco , Angel Locsin , Neogin Evangelista
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