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pharmaceutical company


from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a company that makes and sells pharmaceuticals


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  • However, a pharmaceutical company that works to improve poor peoples access to drugs in the long termby, for instance, taking drugs off patent as quickly as possibleis a true corporate philanthropist.

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  • It was eventually produced by a Japanese pharmaceutical company using a gene-splicing technique and sold in large quantities at health food stores all over America.

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  • In 1991, Maurice Hilleman, who was at the time working as an advisor to the pharmaceutical company Merck, warned in a confidential memo that there had not been sufficient safety studies done on thimerosal.

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  • This study was funded by Pfizer, a pharmaceutical company whose own drugs, according to the Merck Manual guidelines, are not considered effective against severe depression when used alone.

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