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pharmaceutical company

A drug company, sponsor, marketer and/or manufacturer of a medicinal drug product.
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Revised standards for commercial support of educational programs may impose even tougher rules regarding conflict of interest related to pharmaceutical companies.
Under the current system, now being imposed around the world by the WTO treaty, governments must give pharmaceutical companies monopolies over life and death treatments, so that the companies can charge high prices for patented drugs in order to pay for research, and reward investment.
Figure 29: Competitive positioning of top Western pharmaceutical companies in China and the rest of the world by revenue ($), 2005
How successful has this strategy been for generics companies, and how have brand-name pharmaceutical companies responded to this challenge?
Global pharmaceutical companies are recognizing the need for a comprehensive integrated software platform that enables the entire study team and site investigators to collaborate for improved decision making and study management," said John Cline, CEO of etrials.
NitroMist([TM]) is a pending trademark of Par Pharmaceutical Companies, Inc.
Demonstrating the company's continued commitment to innovation, this newly patented method of predicting prescribing behavior allows TargetRx to provide highly actionable insights that help pharmaceutical companies improve sales and marketing performance.
We are delighted to enter into our first international licensing agreement for APF530 as part of our ongoing strategy for regional partnerships with specialty pharmaceutical companies which are being actively pursued.
In addition, he established and managed numerous collaborations with pharmaceutical companies that resulted in clinical-stage compounds, and worked closely with corporate partners to move compounds from the bench into the clinic.
He noted that as part of ITI's focus on replacing needle delivery with nasal delivery for many pharmaceutical products, the company intends to enter into collaborations with other pharmaceutical companies.

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