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  • n. a company that makes and sells pharmaceuticals


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  • A drug company has a valuable patent and charges full monopoly price in the developed world, but lets poor-world manufacturers produce for less than one dollar a dose.

    Creative Capitalism

  • And so you do get this weird thingI dont know how much Ive said this in speeches; I think Ive said it privately morewhere its better for a large drug company to say, We dont work on the diseases for the poor.

    Creative Capitalism

  • Despite those facts, the jury ruled that because the vaccine’s warning label was not shown to the Reyes family at the health clinic where Anita received the shot, the drug company itself was liable.

    The Panic Virus

  • He worked for a small drug company named PicoMed Pharmaceuticals.

    The Ark

  • Tom's father was a member of the large wholesale drug company of Wilson, Starbird & Smith in Louisville.

    Battles and Victories of Allen Allensworth, A. M., Ph. D., Lieutenant-Colonel, Retired, U. S. Army


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