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  • n. The pharmaceutical or drug-making sector.

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  • n. a company that makes and sells pharmaceuticals


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Abbreviation of pharmaceutical.


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  • He's planning forays into new ventures, and his remaining businesses in pharma, drug discovery and glass are ripe for expansion.

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  • Of course, development and regulatory costs are so high in pharma that it is questionable whether such improvements would make it to market in the absence of patents.

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  • Doctors have to be mindful that pharma is going to loose $40B in sales over the next few years to generics.


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  • Where pharma is subsidized is in the new prescription drug benefit, and in the way we tax health benefits provided by employers.

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  • I've read a number of different authors, speakers, etc. lately that have declared the death of the 30 second TV spot (60 for those who work in pharma).

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