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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self-reliant national drug industry responsive to the health needs of the people should be developed.
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She apparently does want the drug industry to survive, and she believes government has the answers.
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The country's prescription drug industry suffers from minimal enforcement of the state's laws.
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He asked for the International Community' support in further operations against the drug industry, especially in Afghanistan's border provinces.
A spokesman for WHO said the drug industry did not influence their decisions on swine flu.
So now Gordon, seeing that you were a minister who justified the drug industry remaining in private hands, will you now have an open cheque book to help cancer sufferers obtain this medicine?
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