pharmaceutical company

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a company that makes and sells pharmaceuticals

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In the case of antihistamine drugs, drug companies could increase revenues if they shift their advertising to spend more heavily soon after the launch of a new product and away from later periods, said Sridhar Narayanan, assistant professor of marketing at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, who has completed a trio of research projects on the purpose and effectiveness of pharmaceutical advertising campaigns.
Pappert explained that many Pennsylvania consumers purchase drugs, either by themselves or through a health plan or insurer, and are financially harmed when drug companies intentionally raise the prices of their drugs to manipulate the market.
The government and drug companies suppress such knowledge; it is criminal conduct of the vilest sort.
Drug companies use different types of celebrity pitches to sell their products.
The drug companies are already increasing retail prices.
Speaking for drug companies is lucrative, fun, and a relief from the rigors of practice.
Given all the abuse the drug companies were taking because of meth cooks' illegal use of their products, you could almost forgive Pfizer for putting a useless product on the shelves.
Several questions asked by the Kaiser Family Foundation poll followed this formula: "I'm going to read you a list of things some people have said about allowing the federal government to use its buying power to negotiate with drug companies to try to get a lower price for prescription drugs for people on Medicare, and I'd like you to tell me whether you agree or disagree with each of these statements.
These major drug companies are moved by occasional threats from large countries such as Brazil and India, to manufacture their own generic versions.
Hundreds of protestors in the streets of Lima, some dressed as skeletons, demonstrate their disapproval of a potential monopoly by big multinational drug companies in the country.
People also blame drug companies for rising health care costs: Nearly 60% said prescription drugs increased overall medical costs because they were so expensive, compared with the 23% who said drugs lowered medical costs by reducing the need for expensive medical procedures and hospitalizations.
Drug companies have traditionally increased sales by advertising in medical journals and sending sales representatives to visit doctors' offices.
Dozens of states have sued or investigated drug companies over their pricing tactics.
Government regulations and new industry guidelines are changing the pharmaceutical landscape, altering the way drug companies interact with professional audiences.
IMS Health, a pharmaceutical consultant, reports that drug companies spent a total of $16.