Zeal, Novelty, Spirit: The Siba Life Sciences Ltd. prelude

Corporate Social Responsibility

Underprivileged kids

Underprivileged kids are adopted by Siba Life Sciences with a mission to enable them to get a decent education and help them realize their ambitions. Contributing a little hope and rays to the underprivileged kids in our society.

Underprivileged Section in our society

Helping hand to the underprivileged section in our society through the support of women, children and the aged in the areas of health and education. We make a positive contribution to the communities in which we operate, and invest in health and education programs and partnerships that aim to bring sustainable improvements to underserved people.

Our core value - we care

Being a pharmaceutical company in the country, Siba Life Sciences’ core value is to be a good corporate citizen. Support to the community through various social development initiatives is the way through which it invests in society. If there is proper education, one will eventually learn to be hygienic, and if one is hygienic, will one remain healthy. The organization facilitates in educating society on good practices of healthy living. We continue to make sincere efforts to promote good health, social development and better environment, through various Company programs that contribute to sustainable, all round growth.

What we do

We provide money, medicines, time and help to improve the health and education in underserved communities.

Siba Life Sciences Ltd. provides free of cost full cycles of anti-cancer drugs to needy patients. Siba Life Sciences Ltd. have bestowed the rays of Hope, Health, and Happiness

Setting paradigm for "Corporate Citizenship"

Siba Life Sciences Ltd has always striven to act as a responsible pharmaceutical company showing consideration for society. Our approach to Corporate Social Responsibility builds on the Siba values, mission and vision

Patient organizations

Siba Life Sciences Ltd. is committed to help people achieve healthy life. That is our mission and we want to play an active role in helping people deal with the disease and symptoms. We support patient within our therapeutic focus areas. We support patients with hope by engaging in disease awareness activities.

Our mission is to improve the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer. We believe that through our business we make a valuable contribution to society by developing and marketing medicines which improve people's lives.

Knowledge Forums

The company organizes continued medical education progamme. The aim of these seminars and lectures is to increase the intellectual wealth of employees, who in turn are expected to go back to their communities and spread the knowledge to build a happy, peaceful and strong nation.

SIBA Code of Conduct

We operates on the basis of the Siba values – Integrity – Customer Focus – Innovation – Passion - Adaptability. Our values, mission and vision guide us to help people achieve healthy and happier life, and do so with a passion for integrity.

We believe that by maintaining and building high business standards, we create the support for our continued growth and success. These standards also form the basis for achieving our vision and becoming the preferred pharmaceuticals company, improving people’s lives around the world.

We believe that we all have a commitment to do things the right way, and we must all be motivated, empowered and supported to do so.

We believe that we all have a commitment to do things the right way, and we must all be motivated, empowered and supported to do so.


Without qualified, motivated and inspired employees, we would not be able to make a success of our business. That's why we are committed to communicating with, supporting and developing everyone who works at Siba Life Sciences Ltd. We have a strong culture based on clear values - and we monitor how well we are putting them into practice.

We are always looking to equip and encourage staff to take on wider roles.

At the heart of our approach is our People Strategy. It's designed to ensure that we continue to have the people and expertise. We need to face today's challenges and those ahead of us. It recognizes that a good business depends on good people.

Siba Patient Support(SPS)

We provide a dedicated, central point of contact for patients and healthcare professionals who use Siba products. Siba Patient support (SPS) is a free service for questions on Siba products, including reimbursement and co-pay assistance.

Get the information and support you need if you are prescribed a Siba Life Sciences Ltd. product

You will be assigned your own SPS Specialist who will work with you and your doctor’s office to:

  • Explain your benefits
  • Follow up on your prescription status
  • Help you apply for the Siba free medication program
  • Contact a dedicated SPS Specialist at sps@sibalife.com


We developed this glossary to familiarize you with some of the complicated terms you may hear from a healthcare provider.

ANC (absolute neutrophil count): A measure of the actual number of mature neutrophils in a given volume of blood.

Anemia: A condition in which the number of red blood cells is below normal, resulting in fatigue or weakness.

Antibiotics: Drugs used to treat infection.

Antibodies: Proteins produced by plasma cells in response to foreign substances in the body.

Biopsy: The removal and examination of a small piece of tissue from the body to determine a precise diagnosis.

Blast cells: Immature blood cells.

Bone marrow: The soft, sponge-like tissue in the center of bones that produces white blood cells, red blood cells, and platelets.

Calcium: A mineral found in teeth, bones, and other body tissues.

Cancer: A term for diseases in which abnormal cells divide without control. Cancer cells can invade nearby tissues and can spread through the bloodstream to other parts of the body.

Chemotherapy: Treatment of cancer or related diseases with chemical agents.

Clinical trial: A research study designed to evaluate new methods of screening, prevention, diagnosis, or treatment.

CT (Computed Tomography) scan: A test using X-rays to create cross sections of organs and structures inside the body, used to detect diseases, cancers or status of bone or tissue damage.

Cytopenia: A deficiency of cells in the blood.

Eosinophil: Type of white blood cell that kills parasites and plays a role in allergic reactions.

Erythrocyte: A mature red blood cell.

Granulocyte: A term for any of the white blood cell types that have granules containing enzymes to help fight infection: neutrophils, eosinophils, and basophils.

Hematocrit: Percent of the total blood volume that is made up of red blood cells.

Hematologist: A doctor who specializes in treating blood diseases.

Immune system: The complex group of organs and cells that defends the body against infection and disease.

Monocyte: A type of white blood cell that matures into a macrophage, which plays a role in immune responses.

MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging): A test that uses a powerful magnet linked to a computer to create pictures of tissues inside the body.

Neutrophil: The most numerous type of white blood cell, important for helping the body fight infections.

Oncologist: A doctor who specializes in treating cancer.

Packed RBCs (pRBCs): A concentrated blood product in which most of the plasma, the fluid part of blood, is removed.

Plasma cells: Special white blood cells that produce antibodies.

Platelets: The smallest cells in the blood, essential for controlling bleeding. Also called thrombocytes.

Radiation therapy: Therapy using high-energy radiation from X-rays and other sources to kill cancer cells and shrink tumors. Radiation may come from a machine outside the body (external-beam radiation therapy) or from radioactive materials that are placed in or near the tumor (internal radiation therapy).

Red blood cells (RBCs): Cells that carry oxygen to your tissues.

Remission: Shrinkage or disappearance of cancer. A remission may be complete (CR) or partial (PR).

Staging: A classification of the severity and extent of cancer within the body.

Stem cells: Cells in the bone marrow that develop into either red blood cells, white blood cells, or platelets.

Systemic therapy: Treatment that uses medicines that affect cells throughout the body.

Thrombocytopenia: A condition in which the number of platelets, or thrombocytes, is below normal, resulting in the tendency to bruise and bleed more easily.

Transfusion: Process by which blood or one of its components is delivered directly into the bloodstream.

Tumor: An abnormal mass of tissue that results from excessive cell division.

White blood cells (WBCs): Cells that help the body fight infection and disease