pharmaceutical company

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pharmaceutical company

A drug company, sponsor, marketer and/or manufacturer of a medicinal drug product.
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Drug companies say that these 15-minute sales pitches are purely educational in nature.
You might argue that government shouldn't be in the business of doing this, but so long as public money serves this function, it is difficult to see how the drug companies can make a case for higher profits to offset higher risk.
She wants drug companies to be required to open their books (much like public utilities) and establish uniform and fair product pricing.
At first, HMOs bore the brunt, but after they loosened their coverage rules, the angry eye turned to drug companies.
Eleven of the world's most influential medical journals have taken a stand against drug companies.
Daughton envisions a "green pharmacy," in which drug companies take responsibility for the lifecycle of their products.
At least three drug companies have now identified compounds that inactivate a key HCV protease in cell cultures and animals.
People are in jobs that deal with access to treatment but are funded by the drug companies.
Though not well known or widely discussed, these rules spelled out new ways for the FDA to interact with drug companies from the earliest stages of drug development.
Feminists publicized and politicized women's raw deal in bed decades before drug companies began researching their corporate solutions to the problem.
Traditionally drug companies, not insurance companies, ask for a change, he said.