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Beigene

Discussion in 'Biotech Startups' started by anonymous, May 15, 2019 at 11:45 PM.

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  1. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Ah Chinese made...

    Y'all recall Heparin recall that resulted in 8 deaths in US? Guess where the raw material, in this case cooked pig intestines, came from? Boosting protein content in BABY formula by using melamine and even poor pets died of eating food made with melamine tained raw materials? And of course Chinese companies peddling UNSAFE and ineffective vaccine for babies there? One common theme of course is GREED and no regard for life.

    Y'all still wanna work for this lying sack of crap scam?

    PS - you're gonna have hell of time payer adding this crap to formulary and convince the docs and patients to take Chinese drugs.
     
  2. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Why you so racist!
     
  3. anonymous

    anonymous Guest


    If you knew anything you would be aware that about 80% of all drug ingredients come through China. No such thing as made in America.
     
  4. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Yep saw it on 60 min last Sun and that's real problem. But at least with raw materials and APIs the pharma companies can do the QC at receving and finished drug.

    But not when finished drugs come from Chinese and their penchant to cheat. Again good luck peddling non-generic Chinese made crap against big established pharma. That is if FDA approves their crap drug.
     
  5. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Ex-Celgene/Genentech company. If you know somebody...
     
  6. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Has anyone had first or second interview? Heard potential hire date Nov 1.
     
  7. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Get on LinkedIn. They are begging for candidates.
     
  8. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Be careful what you wish for folks as you're gonna have hell of time payer adding this crap to formulary and convince the docs and patients to take Chinese drugs vs. Abbvie Imbruvica and AZ Acalabrutinib!
     
  9. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    This company is perfect for the Genentech rep that is about to get axed. That rep probably has done very little and has few real relationships. This company will be gone in 2 years. Find it funny so many of our people are running to this dog.
     
  10. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Y'all are jumping into conclusion that the drug will be approved. Will FDA believe the data submitted by Chinese drug company? Short seller firm already documented these clowns posting made-up sales numbers in China and the company has yet to refute with evidence.
     
  11. anonymous

    anonymous Guest


    The FDA should really look closely and determine the validity of their clinical trials and data. Anything out of China is suspect at best. With the revelation the company has already been cooking the books with ghost assets on their financials, suspicion of medical and clinical trials data should be justifiably scrutinized as well
     
  12. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Indeed as this drug might be the 1st non-generic drug submitted to FDA for approval. Cooking books and data is expected as it's in their Chinese DNA. FDA coducts audits at the factories and heard horrors at Indian factories and no doubt at Chinese factories with recent Valsartan fiascos.
     
  13. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    This is just a Chinese branded biosimiliars company working off the same business model they practice with any technology they rip off..there isn’t a drop of of innovation here. If you want to contract sell work for a biosimiliars company.
     
  14. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    I’m sorry you didn’t get an interview. If you work at Genentech and have been following the new model to come, you should realize they plan on having a lot fewer people in the field, especially in oncology. You’re delusional if you think otherwise. I hope you fake networked enough and retain your job since you seem to be so bothered others are trying and leaving for external positions with an increase in total compensation.
     
  15. anonymous

    anonymous Guest


    What self respecting American citizen would want to work for a company that brings back money to a country that is their own countries economic and growing geopolitical enemy? It is like going to work for a Soviet company in the late 40's or early 50's.

    Those of you that don't understand or care what economic and human rights abuses Communist China continues to perpetrate against Western companies and their own citizens need to do some homework (do some research on the Uighurs in Xinjiang and China's military buildup and increasing aggression, land grabs in the South China, and threats against Taiwan).

    Intellectual property theft, cheating, and bribery/corruption are considered completely normal and acceptable behavior by the Chinese government and Chinese firms.

    A little introspection on whether you can be bought and are willing to sell your soul may be in order for anyone considering a job with this company.
     
  16. anonymous

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  17. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Wow so eloquently stated!

    Go ahead and apply folks as their drug will face hell of scrutinies by FDA and drug will not be approved any time soon as FDA will no doubt uncover misdeeds at many fronts.

    Add to that the infamous report that exposed lies like souped up sales to name a few in the land of theft/cheating/corruptions controlled by commies. You might get hired but fired in few months and good luck peddling Chinese drugs to oncologist that is IF added to formulary.
     
  18. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Be warned. If you interview with a manager in the Midwest named ST covering Indiana, Ohio and eastward, watch out. He has a history of going after reps from Celgene to Astra Zeneca. He Is extremely difficult to talk to and embarrassing in front of the customer. Dont let the money offered by Beigene fool you. Your manager can make you or break you.
     
  19. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    This is company is probably full of similar management. Who would want to work for a Chinese company unless you have few options?

    For those of you considering a job at this company, read up on what is going on with the NBA and China right now over just a tweet supporting human rights in Hong Kong.

    Make no mistake, taking a job with this company means bringing money to a Chinese government that has learned that economic power s a great weapon to bully and grow your power and military.

    It isn't exactly a well kept secret in China that the communist government's long term plan is to displace the US as the world's next power and spread authoritarianism around the globe. Proceed at your own peril.
     
  20. anonymous

    anonymous Guest

    Nobody give a shit about African jump ball.