In a world where a pill is popped for every little health ailment, being a world leader into pharmacy means handling great responsibility coupled with innovation. Pfizer, officially the biggest pharmaceutical company in the world today, has managed this, beating the rest of the medicine making companies and managing to meet the needs of hundreds of people all over the world. Pfizer has been producing vaccines and medicines for nearly all the medical fields possible, such as immunology, diabetes, cardiology and oncology. But most of all, the core focus of the brand thrives based on their extensive in house research and development.
Charles Pfizer and Charles F.Erhart have founded Pfizer Chemicals in New York in the year 1849 nearly two centuries ago, as the manufacturers of fine chemicals. They eventually grew, with their major turning points being the production of the anti-parasitic drug Santonin and Citric Acid.