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Pakistan Council of Sceintific and Industrial Research(PCSIR) Labs Complex,

off university Road
Karachi-75280
Pakistan

Phone: +92-21-8142895-97
Fax: +92-21-8141847

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PCSIR is a premier R&D organization of Pakistan involved in cutting edge and state of the art basic and applied research in various fields for the demands of domestic industry. We have developed many Pharmaceutical as well as health care products using in-house facilities. These products are available in local market and are also available for export in any country under ISO-9001, and ISO-17025 protocols. All pharmaceutical products are clinically tested before leasing out. One of the health care products is Dient'n'Smart (patented and trade mark registered product) which is already in the market after clinical trials on human volunteers. This is very effective for Obesity, overweight, hypertension and diabetes.



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Last update of this entry: February 04, 2009

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