Traditional Tibetan medicine
developed out of Greek, Persian, Indian, Chinese, and native Tibetan sources.
During the conference call Tibet's management team talked about the company's portfolio of traditional Tibetan medicine products and full details surrounding its revenue and earnings numbers for the third quarter ended September 30, 2011.
NASDAQ: TBET) is an emerging specialty pharmaceutical company engaged in the research, development, manufacturing and marketing of modernized traditional Tibetan medicines in China.
Tibet Pharmaceuticals expects to continue to grow in China's fragmented pharmaceutical and traditional Tibetan medicine
NASDAQ: TBET), an emerging specialty pharmaceutical company engaged in the development, manufacturing and marketing of traditional Tibetan medicine
in China, will host a conference call on Tuesday, November 15, at 9:00 am Eastern to discuss its financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2011.
Mohammed Bah Abba, a Nigerian teacher who has created an innovative earthenware "pot-in-pot" cooling system to preserve perishable foods in developing countries; - Elizabeth Nicholls, a Canadian-American paleontologist who is excavating the largest marine reptile ever discovered; - Maria Eliza Manteca Onate, an Ecuadorian environmentalist who is promoting sustainable farming techniques in the Andes; - Laurent Pordie, a French anthropologist and ethno-pharmacologist who is reviving traditional Tibetan medicine
to improve health care in Ladakh, in northern India; and - David Schweidenback, a former U.
Based in the Yunnan province, Tibet Pharmaceuticals develops prescription and OTC traditional Tibetan medicines
to improve the functions of the respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems.
Tibet focuses on the research, development, manufacturing, marketing and selling of modernized traditional Tibetan medicines