Sorry about the delay in publishing this communique, as some of you know, the pace is frantic here at Medlab.
April was a record month and a strong indication of what is yet to come, but it’s important to understand, this was not because of serendipity.
For the past few years, my team has been researching (arguing), designing (some more arguing) and developing unique, innovative products based on our research.
Yes, there was a bit of spirited conversation, but this helps bring out the best in us – you see, at Medlab research pushes innovation, innovation pushes barriers, and moving barriers promotes patents. These patents cover techniques and/or products.
And it’s these products that offer reliability, uniqueness and competitive advantage.
To this, our nutraceuticals have rolled out into pharmacy and to date, the feedback has been better than anticipated.
But irrespective of nutraceutical or pharmaceutical, this research takes time; so to this end, it’s fantastic to see our progression and more-so, the positive impact my Medlab team make to the lives of others.
I am constantly encouraged and humbled by the efforts of my team and for this, I am thankful.
Today Medlab has made a significant step forward in our fundamental culture, to offer more choice, more therapeutic options, and more hope to those with chronic illness.
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