RHEA Generics celebrated its partnerships with some of the biggest names in the drug industry at a recent trade launch series held at the Blue Leaf Cosmopolitan in Libis, Quezon City.
With its mission to provide world-class quality medicine at affordable prices, Philusa Corporation partnered with some of the most respected names in the pharmaceutical industry including Pfizer, Sanofi, GSK, Otsuka and Merck.
“It was a strategic, innovative, and noble partnership and we hope to enhance the life of the Filipino patients by ensuring that these high-quality medicines are within their reach,” Philusa President and General Manager Neogin A. Evangelista said.
Aside from the already available products of RHEA Generics in the market, like over-the-counter vitamins, it ventured into providing medication that addresses some of the most prevalent diseases, like diabetes and hypertension, and life-saving antibiotic medicines.
“These are medications that can help improve the quality of life of Filipinos. We are proud that together with our partners, we are able to bring to Filipinos drugs that are of world-class quality and at prices that they can afford,” Evangelista added.
Even Mel Tiangco, news anchor, and actor Angel Locsin joined and supported RHEA Generics being the brand’s two newest endorsers. “I like RHEA Generics because of their world-class quality medicines. Yes, we need more affordable medicines, but we also want to make sure that these are safe and of the best quality. Rhea Generics provides that,” Tiangco said.
It is expected that more products will be added in the future to provide more options for patients, championing their mission of giving accessible and world-class quality generics medicines to all Filipinos.
RHEA Generics medicine are available in the country’s leading and most trusted drugstore, Mercury Drug while other products of RHEA Generics like the OTC vitamins are available at Mercury Drug and other leading drugstores nationwide
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