NordicPrime is a Danish parallel importer of high-quality medicines. It buys medicines from Europe and sells them in Nordic countries such as Denmark and Sweden. The company has been in business for five years and has helped many patients find quality medicine at lower prices. The company is headquartered in Denmark, but it has a presence in several European countries.


ILUVIEN NordicPrime is the Nordic distributor for ILUVIEN. The company is responsible for securing purchasing agreements for ILUVIEN in hospitals across the Nordic region. The company also manages back-office support for customers in these regions. This partnership helps to ensure that patients have access to ILUVIEN.

ILUVIEN is a prescription ophthalmic drug approved in the EU to treat vision impairment associated with chronic diabetic macular edema that is insufficiently responsive to existing treatments. In March 2019, it received approval in 17 European countries under the Mutual Recognition Procedure, including the U.K., France, Spain, Portugal, Austria, Denmark, Poland, and Czechia. The product will be launched in the third quarter of 2019.

Alimera Sciences Europe Limited

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Alimera Sciences, a specialty pharmaceutical company, recently announced that its drug ILUVIEN is now available in Finland. The product is approved for the treatment of diabetic macular edema, a condition that can lead to severe vision loss. It is also approved for the prevention of recurrent non-infectious uveitis.

Henning Mankell

Henning Mankell was a Swedish author who became internationally famous through his bestselling series “The Kurt Wallander Mystery”. Henning also wrote children’s books and stage plays and was the artistic director of Teatro Avenida in Maputo, Mozambique. His work has won numerous literary awards, including the Swedish Astrid Lindgren Prize and the Glass Key Award.

Henning Mankell was born in Stockholm, Sweden, and raised in northern Sweden. At an early age, his mother abandoned him, but he was later reunited with her. After publishing his first novel, The Stone Blaster, in 1973, he visited Zambia. Afterward, he lived in various countries in Africa, and in 1986, he was appointed artistic director of the Teatro Avenida in Maputo, Mozambique. He spends about six months of each year there.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

If you enjoy crime dramas, you will love the latest movie adaptation of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, starring Alba August. Fans of Stieg Larsson’s Millennium trilogy should not miss this latest addition to the series. While this remake is not a direct sequel to the books, it is a reboot of the original trilogy. The original trilogy is directed by Niels Arden Oplev, while the new movie is directed by David Fincher.

While it is not a classic, the movie is filled with kinetic action. It includes car chases, elaborate fight scenes, and a crack sniper. However, the movie is lacking in a strong connection to the Lisbeth Salander books and ultimately serves as a distraction from the story.

The Nordic Council

The Nordic Council is a forum for Nordic governmental cooperation. Its members are elected by parliaments in the six Nordic countries and are responsible for coordinating Nordic cooperation. Nordic governments meet every year in plenary to discuss current Nordic issues. Foreign and defense ministers also meet regularly outside of the council.

Its goals include fostering economic, environmental, social, and cultural cooperation, reducing dependency on foreign trade, enhancing regional integration, and ensuring the safety of the Nordic region. The Nordic Council’s leadership is the Nordic prime ministers, assisted by the Nordic Ministers for Cooperation.

The Nordic countries are closely linked to one another. In 1962, they signed the Helsinki Treaty, which is the basis for Nordic cooperation. Since then, many amendments and revisions have been made to the treaty. The most recent came into force in 1996.