Ahmedabad-based pharma major Cadila Pharmaceuticals was declared one of the ‘Best Record Holders’ amongst 100 record holders across the world for its campaign initiative towards the ‘end the global epidemic -TB’ by worldkings.org. Cadila initiated a public awareness campaign in the ‘Fight Against (TB) Tuberculosis’ on ‘World Tuberculosis Day’ last year on March 24. During this campaign, wherein Cadila Team collected around 7215 messages from doctors across the country. The company took this humble initiative as part of its contribution to enhancing awareness towards the ‘end the global epidemic -TB’.
Worldkings organized the 4th World Record Holders Meet in Delhi recently where Cadila was announced as one of the ‘Best Record Holders’ amongst 100 record holders across the world. World Records Union (Worldkings) is the first union of national and regional records organizations in the world. Worldkings was founded by 25 business partners and initial members in 2013, India Book Of Records is also a member. Participants must go through an exhaustive process of the evaluation set by Worldkings.
Encouraged by the worldwide recognition for the unique initiative taken up by the team Cadila, Jawad Zia CEO -of domestic business, Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd said “We at Cadila Pharmaceuticals always look for innovation and new ways to serve the masses through the most affordable qualitative drugs. Fight against Tuberculosis is our commitment, and we are happy that doctors across the country supported our social media campaign in spreading awareness about TB. This recognition strengthens our efforts in the right direction to fight and eradicate tuberculosis.”
About Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd
Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd. (www.cadilapharma.com) is one of the largest privately held pharmaceutical companies in India. Over the past seven decades, Cadila Pharmaceuticals has been engaged in the development and manufacturing of affordable medicines and in making them available for patients across the world. Its innovation-driven drug discovery processes ensure the health and well-being of people around the world.