Pfizer is a global pharmaceutical company that develops and produces a wide range of prescription drugs and vaccines for various medical conditions. The company was founded in 1849 and is headquartered in New York City. Pfizer is one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world and has a presence in more than 150 countries.
Some of Pfizer’s best-known products include Lipitor, a medication used to lower cholesterol; Viagra, a medication used to treat erectile dysfunction; and Xanax, a medication used to treat anxiety disorders. In addition to these and many other prescription drugs, Pfizer is also involved in vaccine development and production. In collaboration with BioNTech, Pfizer developed one of the first COVID-19 vaccines that received emergency use authorization from regulatory authorities around the world.
Pfizer is committed to improving global health through research and development, and is involved in many initiatives aimed at improving access to healthcare around the world. The company also invests heavily in research and development, with the goal of developing innovative treatments and cures for a variety of medical conditions.