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Richard S. Hutchins

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Pfizer Inc

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Pfizer Inc

235 East 42Nd Street

New York City, New York, 10017

United States

Company Description

At Pfizer, we apply science and our global resources to bring therapies to people that extend and significantly improve their lives. We strive to set the standard for quality, safety and value in the discovery, development and manufacture of health care produc...more

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Richard Hutchins
Senior Director, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pfizer


A MORMON MOMENT

It was from another Mormon friend of mine Rich Hutchins.
He works as a senior director in pharmaceutical advances for oncology at Pfizer's research and development headquarters in Groton, Connecticut. Rich and I are the same age and we both think sleep is overrated. Rich asked me if I wanted to break the news. I'm SO glad Rich was inspired to contact you, and put the release of this story in your hands. It was written beautifully, and could not have been finer.


http://www.shorepublishing.com/article/20111003/BIZ02/310039926/1070/nws

Pfizer Inc. scientist Rich Hutchins still vividly remembers the afternoon U.S. regulators gave the thumbs-up to lung cancer treatment Xalkori, one of three company-developed medicines that have received approval this year after being put through their paces at the pharmaceutical giant's Groton laboratories.
"You never need to motivate anyone on the team," said Hutchins, senior director of pharmaceutical services for Pfizer, who works out of the Groton labs. "Most of the development and pharmaceutical services took place in Groton," Hutchins said. The fact that the drug went from discovery phase to the bedsides of patients in only four years - compared with the typical eight to 10 years of most FDA-approved treatments - demonstrates what Pfizer hopes Groton will accomplish in the coming years as its Center for Discovery and Development Sciences. Hutchins said two main factors account for the speed of his team: the ability to determine the best formulation for a given drug and the capacity to quickly deliver large quantities of these novel and sometimes difficult-to-produce compounds to patients in clinical studies. "Groton took a process that usually takes nine to 12 months ... and compressed it to three months," Spavins said. "Because of the stories coming in from the clinics, there was an urgency to deliver as quickly as possible." Reports of dramatic, positive results in the clinics, Hutchins said, pushed Groton to produce 3.1 million doses of Xalkori in response to more than 180 compassionate patient requests from about 25 countries.


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Interview with scientist Rich Hutchins, Entomologists' Quarterly, Summer 2000


Mormon, former police chief Kenneth Hutchins to pray at Republican National Convention after life of service

But if I cannot, my oldest son Rich is a stake president in Providence, Rhode Island.
"My dad told me about the call with Tagg and that he'd be there if at all possible," Rich Hutchins said in an interview earlier Wednesday. "But he also told me that he wanted me as his back up if he couldn't make it. I told him I'll be praying for you, dad." Rich Hutchins said that filling in for his father would his greatest honor.


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