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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This longstanding alliance of AIDS advocates and drug company representatives works to secure funding for the ADAP.
But PhRMA's Grayson insists that declaring war on drug company profits is not the answer.
Nastech, a nasal drug company, recently started the second of three Food and Drug Administration-required phases of clinical trials for its apomorphine hydrochloride product for women, which is designed to improve blood flow and lubricating secretions in female genitals.
purchased Fuzhou Fujian Drug Company located in China in February 1999.
Drug company executives would change their minds about DTC advertising over the course of the 1980s and 1990s, once a few maverick marketers used DTC ads to drive up sales.
From the drug company point of view, each new drug shrinks their potential market share.
The rhetoric of drug company pricing was vital, and that rhetoric has changed.
The confusion over the calculation of drug company profits arises from my colloquial use of the term profit margin.
In this scenario, for instance, Drug Company A offered a cash award to pharmacies each time a drug prescription was changed from Drug Company B's product to Drug Company A's product.
What's more, psychiatrists and other physicians each receive thousands of dollars' worth of logo-inscribed reprints, coffee mugs, pens, calendars and other gifts annually from drug company representatives, creating a clear conflict of interest when it comes time to write prescriptions, Dumont says.