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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The proposed merger will create a public clinical-stage pharmaceutical company focussed on developing a platform of first-in-class, disease-modifying, non-opioid therapies for the treatment of pain.
The agreement stipulates certain confidential provisions, including, at this stage, the pharmaceutical company's identity.
* Colby Pharmaceutical Company - Brief Colby Pharmaceutical Company overview including business description, key information and facts, and its locations and subsidiaries.
These include 'pen amnesty days' when pens previously distributed by the pharmaceutical companies are collected and returned, and pickets outside pharmaceutical company offices.
Danish pharmaceutical company H Lundbeck A/S announced on Wednesday (5 September) a strategic alliance with Japan's Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited.
Archimedes is a European specialty pharmaceutical company with an established commercial organisation in the UK, France and Germany and a portfolio of products marketed to specialist prescribers.
Simulation software has recently been used by a leading global pharmaceutical company to provide a working model of a plant before production had started.
"Takeda, a company with 225 years of pharmaceutical excellence, understands perseverance," said Kunio Takeda, chairman of Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited."We are proud to support the thousands of runners who are committed to crossing the finish line, just as we strive to create superior pharmaceutical products."
He said the deal was "a very important statement" for the state of New Jersey adding, "For the third largest pharmaceutical company in the world to locate in New Jersey is a very big positive for the state economy, labor and real estate markets.
The PEC is further refined at this stage in the EMEA assessment by taking into account the pharmaceutical company's projected sales forecast for the drug.
In 1937 an established pharmaceutical company, Massengill, killed 107 people by hawking a drug dissolved in anti-freeze as a flu treatment.
Blanchard's lab has partnered with the pharmaceutical company Merck to develop the chemicals into drugs.

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