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62% of drug shortage can be solved with parallel imports

62% of drug shortage can be solved with parallel imports

Parallel imports of medicines is an effective solution in case of shortage of the national market - it is the solution for 62% of the cases of missing medicines, said Boryana Marinkova, Executive...
BAMPTD works in favor of patients, seeking real solutions and countering the myths about parallel distribution

BAMPTD works in favor of patients, seeking real solutions and countering the myths about parallel distribution

BAMPTD participated in a working seminar with patients on "Parallel Distribution" in Pamporovo, organized by the Federationf Bulgarian Patient Forum. How parallel imports can provide deficiency drugs...
Over 1500 medicines have been deregistered

Over 1500 medicines have been deregistered

They are stopped by the expensive registration mode and in 2017 alone they are 15% more than new ones. In just 4 years - from 2014 to 2018, 1512 drugs have been withdrawn from the Bulgarian market,...

Our Goals

To generate savings on public and private funds for medicines.

To inform the patients and healthcare professionals about the benefits of parallel distribution of medicines.

To work through the activities of his members to provide access to missing medicines on the Bulgarian market.

To provide conditions for fast delivery of medicines at a lower price to Bulgarian patients.

To promotes and develop good practices and high quality standards in parallel distribution of medicines.

Bulgarian Association for Medicines Parallel Trade Development

The Bulgarian Association for Medicines Parallel Trade Development was established in November 2013 in Sofia.

The members of the Bulgarian Association for the Development of Parallel Drug Marketing are also members of the European Association of Euro-pharmaceutical Companies (EAEPC), which is the European Commission's regulated partner advocating the idea of parallel drug trade in the EU. EAEPC brings together more than 70 parallel drug dealers across 20 European Economic Area (EEA) countries.