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  • • Establish partnerships with a pharmaceutical or biotechnology company to assist in further development and commercializa [[Category:Retail companies of the United States]]
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  • ...of industries, including [[manufacturing]], [[retail]], [[health care]], [[pharmaceutical]], [[engineering]], [[finance|financial services]], and [[legal|legal servi Feith Systems is one of the largest independent, family-owned companies in Enterprise Content Management, despite rapid and widespread consolidatio
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  • '''Flamel Technologies''' is a pharmaceutical company engaged in developing therapeutics of polymer based technology. The ...ished joint development agreements with major international pharmaceutical companies such as [[GlaxoSmithKline]], and [[Merck Serono]], Digna Biotech, S.L., and
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  • ...he Plain Dealer| date=2012-02-29}}</ref> Dr. Stamler has co-founded five companies and is the author of more than 125 patents, and has been recognized by the ...oncept]] and then out-licensed via strategic alliances with pharmaceutical companies.<ref>http://medcitynews.com/2012/09/the-biotech-valley-of-death-has-become-
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  • ...] research company that provides analysis of the worldwide [[Telecoms]], [[Pharmaceutical]], [[Energy]], [[Metals]] and [[defense (military)|Defence]] industries. Th ...steoporosis & Bone Metabolism Disorders, Global Pain Relieving Drug in the pharmaceutical sector, or Mobile VoIP, Mobile Advergaming and Ad-Funded Gaming, Service De
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  • ...ecame part of the Tonghua Dongbao enterprise group, and in 1994 Dongbao Pharmaceutical stock was launched on the Shanghai stock exchange. * [[Pharmaceutical industry in the People's Republic of China]]
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  • ...e. ...<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref> as well as assist pharmaceutical companies in developing new drugs for CNS disorders.
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  • ...ife sciences [[consultancy]], and a [[blog]]ger on topics related to the [[pharmaceutical industry]] under the pen name “DrugBaron”.<ref name="Index_Bio">{{cite ...e at Cambridge University, Grainger also founded several [[life sciences]] companies, including FingerPrint Diagnostics (2001), Funxional Therapeutics (2005) an
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  • ...iness executive. During his career, he has focused on building sustainable companies. He currently is Managing Partner at 7wire Ventures, a [[venture capital f .../www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/pharmcomm/201003/index.php?startid=22}}</ref> in Pharmaceutical Commerce, and a piece discussing the information gaps in the US healthcare
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  • ...sion-makers and influencers in North America. It has successfully assisted companies of all sizes with their efforts to broaden their markets in Europe - from i ...ng the State of Hessen as a premium business location to U.S. and Canadian companies and investors
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  • ...[Albany, New York]]. AMRI has announced deals and collaborations with such companies as [[Pfizer]] Inc., [[Merck & Co.]], [[Eli Lilly and Co.]], [[Takeda]], [[G ...ranked No. 317 on the Deloitte and Touche list of fast growing technology companies in North America.
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  • {{notability|Companies|date=October 2012}} * Richard Barker, General Director, [[Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry]]
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  • ...nts will vary from business analytics. Needs will vary by market. In the pharmaceutical industry industry, reporting systems must offer support to meet the regulat ...and through their channels (direct sales, distributors and representative companies). Major OEMs include Wonderware, Eurotherm and Indusoft (owned by Invensys
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  • ...ustry|alcohol corporations]], and [[Pharmaceutical industry|pharmaceutical companies]].{{Fact|date=May 2014}} All of these groups are lobbying to protect their ...their populations at peak profit levels, while alcohol and pharmaceutical companies see it as a competing good that reduces their market shares.
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  • | industry = [[pharmaceutical company|Pharmaceuticals]] '''Kenrico''' is a [[pharmaceutical company]] headquartered in [[Shimada, Shizuoka]], Japan. Established in 198
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  • ...el has worked for companies ranging from financial planning and banking to pharmaceutical and healthcare markets.<ref name=Security>[http://www.dhses.ny.gov/ocs/awar ...describes how teenagers with computer skills are working for technological companies.<ref>Guernsey, Lisa. [http://www.nytimes.com/1999/08/05/technology/what-did
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  • ...which has caused widespread interest in the pharmaceutical and biomedical companies that are doing the research on marijuana. ...hare. People I knew told me it was risky but I did my research on the top companies in the industry and also read the press releases the mainstream media doesn
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  • * Pharmaceutical, electronic, textile, toys and food industries [[Category:Companies of Hong Kong]]
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  • ...On the other hand, the majority of clinical trials today are sponsored by pharmaceutical industries and most of them aim at demonstrating effectiveness and safety o ...On the other hand, the majority of clinical trials today are sponsored by pharmaceutical industries and most of them aim at demonstrating effectiveness and safety o
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  • {{notability|Companies|date=July 2014}} ..., small molecule inhibitors in clinical trials, FDA-approved drugs, active pharmaceutical ingredients etc.
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  • ...influential liquor kingpin's relatives and officials of the pharmaceutical companies who provided the liquor makers with chemicals.
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  • ...eutic areas, including oncology. They collaborate with international drug companies and institutions towards the goal of solving cancer therapy problems relat ...asa JA, Hansen RW, Grabowski HG, Lasagna L 1991. Cost of Innovation in the Pharmaceutical Industry. J Health Economics 10, 107.</ref> Testing is typically concerned
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  • ...es small volume, hard-to-manufacture medicines from other [[pharmaceutical companies]]. Marathon keeps those medicines available for patients by improving manuf .../voices.suntimes.com/business-2/grid/how-paragons-jeffrey-aronin-built-two-companies-out-of-niche-drugs/|accessdate=17 June 2014|work=Voices|publisher=Chicago S
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  • ...n addition to several businesses that have been part of the EnPro group of companies for some time (Plastomer Technologies, Garlock France and Garlock Helicofle ...factures [[elastomeric]] seals and profiles for the aerospace, medical and pharmaceutical industries.<ref>{{cite web|title=EnPro Industries Reports First Quarter 201
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  • *Discount for companies, employees and their dependents ...places of goods entrance, such as ports and airports. That measure harmed companies from the sector when made it difficult to distribute medicine and caused da
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  • {{notability|Companies|date=August 2014}} ...accessdate=21 July 2014}}</ref> without the need for [[stimulants]], or [[pharmaceutical drugs]]. The truBrain product does not require a prescription to use. The p
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  • ...nts that, if used properly, can help the body heal. In its early days, the pharmaceutical industry was based on its ability to isolate these ingredients and make the ...Doshu no Jutsu is the foundation filed in the continuation of the Keiretsu companies and maintenance of military tradition.
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  • ...h care- takers, medical institutions, social scientists and pharmaceutical companies are showing serious interest in Indian medicine. India and its neighboring
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  • [[Category:Pharmaceutical companies of the United States]]
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  • ...y, [[Astellas]], [[Eisai]], [[Daiichi Sankyo]], [[Shionogi]], and [[Takeda Pharmaceutical Company|Takeda]]), the [[Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation]], and [[United Na ...le [[Astellas]], [[Eisai]], [[Daiichi Sankyo]], [[Shionogi]], and [[Takeda Pharmaceutical Company|Takeda]] committed US$1 million a year each. The [[Bill & Melinda
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  • products = Pharmaceutical products | ...Sciences''' is one of the exporters and WHO GMP certified manufacturers of pharmaceutical products in India, exporting products to Asian, European, CIS and African c
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  • ...it has started dealing with large [[manufacturer]] and [[pharmaceutical]] companies.<ref name="BBB Review">{{cite web|url=http://www.bbb.org/san-diego/Business [[Category:Companies based in Irvine, California]]
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  • ...inical or marketing documentation, software or training curriculum for the pharmaceutical, medical device or healthcare fields. Most countries around the world requi The international medical industry is highly regulated and companies who need to translate their documentation typically choose translation agen
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  • {{notability|Companies|date=September 2009}} ...e, Marine, Hydro, Wind & Solar, [[Biofuel]]s, Life Sciences, Food/Beverage/Pharmaceutical, [[Hydropower]], Oil & Gas, Heavy Truck, [[Motorcycle]]s, Fluid Power and C
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  • ...dia monitoring]] and [[media measurement]] services to public and private companies and non-profit organizations. ...riginated at UltiTech in 1997 as a custom software development for a major pharmaceutical company.
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  • ...d-in-the-luxembourg-secret-tax-deal-database-2014-11 Here's A Full List Of Companies That Allegedly Have Shady Tax Deals With Luxembourg]</ref><ref> ICIJ, [http *[[McGraw-Gill Companies]]
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  • ...entre, which was registered as a charitable company under the 1925 Sudan's Companies Act. Both organizations are dedicated to health systems research, developme === Pharmaceutical forms ===
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  • ...ces, energy, government, food service, retail, manufacturing, real estate, pharmaceutical, fashion, entertainment and media, hospitality, sustainability, and consume [[Category:Public relations companies of the United States]]
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  • | genre = <!-- Only used with media and publishing companies --> | aum = <!-- Only for financial-service companies -->
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  • ...he United States, Euro RSCG PR provides consumer, business-to-business and pharmaceutical clients with "strategic public relations". The agency’s offering is cente ...Worldwide PR was established in 2007 to align with its Euro RSCG family of companies and unite the former Magnet Communications and Euro RSCG Life PR under one
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  • ...CEO of the [[pharmaceutical industry|pharmaceutical companies]] [[BioMarin Pharmaceutical]] and [[Chiasma (company)|Chiasma]]. Price is the founder and CEO of [[Fig He was the chief executive of [[BioMarin Pharmaceutical]] between February 2000 and August 2004,<ref name="Welte">{{cite news |last
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  • .... Zee Laboratories is one the fastest growing pharmaceutical and cosmetics companies. ...ratories was incepted in 1994 by [[Rajeev Mukul]] & started with a small [[pharmaceutical manufacturing]] unit in the city of [[karnal]] (National Capital Region), I
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  • On December 18, 2013, Elance & oDesk announced that the two companies were merging. The merger was officially finalised in April 2014. Prior to t ...ed in Pittsburgh in 1998, Guru.com is a freelance marketplace that enables companies to find freelancers for commissioned work. Guru was founded by current CEO,
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  • | products = [[Nutrition|Nutritional]], [[pharmaceutical]], and [[Organic farming|organic]] ingredients [[Category:Companies based in California]]
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  • ...Y Times|accessdate=12 Aug 2014}}</ref> a Research and Development-oriented pharmaceutical company. Can-Fite has also signed an exclusive license with Kwang Dong Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., to distribute CF101 for arthritis in Korea. <ref name=NYTimes />
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  • ...s/0/PublicDocs/PE_Mag_1_07.pdf Kelly D. Myers, "Tomorrow's Changes Today," Pharmaceutical Executive Magazine,(January 2007).]</ref> is used to reduce inefficiencies * [[Pharmaceutical marketing]]
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  • {{notability|Companies|date=February 2015}} ...hailand and Vietnam arising from its worldwide merger with another leading pharmaceutical company. After the integration became effective, the firm helped the subsid
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  • .../assets/files/pharm_%20industry_reduce_attrition_rates.pdf|title = Can the pharmaceutical industry reduce attrition rates?|last = Kola|first = Ismail|date = 2004|jou ...nal = JAMA|doi = 10.1001/jama.2011.257|pmid = |access-date = }}</ref> Some companies paid the university researches for their signature on conducted research, s
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  • ...e been accused of worsening poverty, polluting heavily, and pharmaceutical companies that do not sell into the developing world.
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  • ...p has more than twenty different divisions, joint ventures, and standalone companies. Their activities comprise: [[fashion]] and [[cosmetics]], <ref name="cb">{ FGG comprises over than 20 divisions, joint ventures and standalone companies. The group offers a wide range of products and services, including the foll
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  • ...nsfer of pharmaceutical intellectual property rights from Domain portfolio companies (such as Marinus, Syndax, NovaDigm, Lithera, Revision Optics and others) to
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  • ...rd tool in bio-analytical research. BMG Labtech provides instruments for [[pharmaceutical]], [[biotechnological]], [[life science]] and food manufacturers, as well a [[Category:Companies established in 1989]]
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  • ...ncial Institution Cases, Intellectual Property, General Product Liability, Pharmaceutical Product Liability, Fraud and Securities Cases, and Toxic Tort Cases. [[Category:Companies based in Chicago, Illinois]]
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  • ...[[Boston]] and [[Mumbai]]. The firm provides benchmarking research within pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, health care technology and other related in ...at their clients include 86% of Fortune 100 companies, especially from the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device and health care industry.<ref>{{cite web|url
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  • In collaboration with pharmaceutical companies UbiQ develops and manufactures [[high throughput screening]] assay reagents [[Category:Biotechnology companies of the Netherlands]]
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  • [[Andhra University College of Pharmaceutical Sciences]]{{•}} * {{Cl|Companies based in Telangana}}
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  • ...nt]</ref> Today, SSA & Company is a management consulting firm that helps companies execute on strategy – from fast-cycle, targeted process improvements to a ...Motorola, to found the Six Sigma Academy. The company's goal was to teach companies and their employees how to use Six Sigma tools, specifically Lean Six Sigma
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  • {{Notability|Companies|date=August 2010}} ...al, and Bio-technology, Mining, Metals and Minerals. It is one of the few companies in the Process Automation industry with a cross-platform runtime that inclu
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  • ...pflight creates products for several industries, including Medical Device, Pharmaceutical, Consumer & Durable Goods, Cosmetic & Personal Care, Electronics, and Tire ===Sister companies===
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  • ...[[Toronto, Ontario, Canada]]. Neil Follett, past president of the Ontario Pharmaceutical Marketing Association, is the company's founder and current Managing Direct ...164&ind=97</ref> the Interactive Advertising Bureau of Canada, the Ontario Pharmaceutical Marketing Association<ref>http://www.theopma.com/sponsors_partners/brightwo
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  • [[Category:Companies listed on NASDAQ]] [[Category:Pharmaceutical companies of the United States]]
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  • | industry = [[Pharmaceutical industry]] [[specialty pharmacy]] ...e27009058/ | title=Valeant’s sales network: Deciphering a complex web of companies | work=The Globe and Mail | date=27 October 2015 | accessdate=4 November 20
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  • | industry = [[Pharmaceutical company|Pharmaceuticals]]<br>Healthcare<br>Beauty '''PSP Pharmacy''' — [[Georgia_(country)|Georgian]] Pharmaceutical company. Name of the Company - PSP is the abbreviation of Latin expression
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  • {{notability|Companies|date=February 2014}} '''Assembly & Test Worldwide (ATW)''' is made up of a group of companies that started manufacturing high-technology machinery in the 1930s.
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  • | aum = <!-- Only for financial-service companies --> ...tion]], Inova, is designed to help [[life sciences]] and [[biotechnology]] companies manage their partnerships.
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  • ...e= |accessdate=2015-09-09}}</ref> The company serves banking, biotech and pharmaceutical, consumer products, insurance, manufacturing, oil and gas, professional ser ...r=NASDAQ OMX (Nordic) |accessdate=2014-08-30}}</ref> BTS customers include companies such as [[Accenture]], Aetna, [[Unilever]], [[AT&T]], Chevron, [[Coca-Cola]
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  • | industry = [[Pharmaceutical industry|Pharmaceutical]] '''Biopharm Algeria''' is in the [[pharmaceutical]] market in [[Algiers]], [[Algeria]], with 17% share of the market.
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  • ...f> Smith has also voiced the recorded information lines for pharmaceutical companies [[Janssen Biotech]] and [[Novo Nordisk]]. In 2008, Smith contributed her vo
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  • '''Canadian Plasma Resources''' (CPR) is a [[biopharmaceutical|bio-pharmaceutical]] company based in [[Saskatoon]], [[Saskatchewan]], [[Canada]]. It was foun [[Category:Pharmaceutical companies of Canada]]
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  • ...com/content/index.php?lang=en site Keyrus Biopharma]</ref> centered on the pharmaceutical industries sector. [[Category:Companies of France]]
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  • ...nism|GMO]] – Wolfe claims that genetically modified foods created by big companies such as [[Monsanto]] are dangerous and trying to control the world food sup ...l drug|Medication]] – Wolfe tries to promote fear surrounding large drug companies, referring to them as "[[Big Pharma conspiracy theory|big pharma]]".<ref>{{
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  • ...tions]], and [[marketing]] for [[pharmaceutical]] and [[medicine|medical]] companies in [[Asia]] and [[Oceania]].<ref name=PML>http://www.pmlive.com/pharma_news ..., Ogilvy Health and Ogilvy Healthworld<ref name=WPP>http://www.wpp.com/wpp/companies/ogilvy-commonhealth-worldwide/office/ogilvy-commonhealth-asia-pacific-singa
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  • ...and pharmaceutical supplier and manufacturer of biochemicals, amino acids, pharmaceutical intermediates, herb extracts, [[oleochemicals]], [[agrochemicals]], dyes an * [[List of companies of China]]
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  • |industry = [[Pharmaceutical]] ...ed (Company number: 3290184).<ref>{{cite web|title=Registry of Joint Stock Companies|url=https://rjsc.gov.ns.ca/rjsc/|website=rjsc.gov.ns.ca|accessdate=20 March
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  • ...LIMITED". It also has a laboratory in Spain "Laboratorios LAC", and other companies like DIASA EXPORTA -2. ...llaborate actively in R&D projects with official organizations and private companies, allowing the company to constantly bring new products and services onto th
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  • [[Category:Pharmaceutical companies of the United States]]
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  • '''Abeona Therapeutics, Inc.''' is a pharmaceutical development company. Its research focuses on developing treatments for rar [[Category:Biotechnology companies of the United States]]
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  • ...y easier, more reliable, and less expensive. End users from pharmaceutical companies, university core facilities and university research labs can utilize high-f [[Category:Companies based in Durham, North Carolina]]
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  • ...a]], [[mobile phone|mobile]], [[Internet of Things|internet of things]], [[Pharmaceutical industry|pharma]], [[wearables]] ...me="Healthbox">{{Cite web | title =HealthBox | url = http://healthbox.com/companies/13 | accessdate=17 June 2013}}</ref><ref name="The Guardian">{{Cite web | t
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  • ...[[George_M._Church#Technology_transfer_and_translational_impact|founded 8 companies]].<ref name=BioIT>By Kevin Davies for Bio-IT World. May 19, 2009 [http://ww ...lumina]], both to feed data into its own models, and in collaboration with companies that do their own analyses on the resulting data.<ref name=BioIT/><ref>[htt
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  • ...n trainer. Brainturk has been working with researchers and pharmaceutical companies who use brainturk.com to conduct their research {{cite web |url=https://www
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  • '''Laborate Pharmaceuticals India Limited''' is a [[Pharmaceutical industry|pharmaceutical]] company in India.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/ ...ibutorship and later a [[consignee]] agency of contemporary pharmaceutical companies.
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  • It was founded in 1982 by Dr. [[Don Panoz]] who came from the [[pharmaceutical industry]]. The Winery also hosts two dining establishments including a Fr [[Category:Companies established in 1982]]
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  • [[Category:Biotechnology companies of the United States]] [[Category:Pharmaceutical companies of the United States]]
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  • ...psule, liquid and suppository dosage forms. The [[pharmaceutical industry|pharmaceutical company]] was headquartered in [[Cranbury, New Jersey]]. [[Category:Pharmaceutical companies based in New Jersey]]
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  • The foundation of RMA was in 1986 when Rochester Midland’s regional pharmaceutical distribution office was purchased by the Group in Thailand. It soon entered [[Category:Companies of Thailand]]
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  • ...ience]] [[research]] between [[academia]], [[clinical practice]] and the [[pharmaceutical industry]].<ref>{{cite web|url= https://www.personalizemymedicine.com/partn ...d from running mostly technically focused events to include clinical and [[pharmaceutical]] focused events. In 2014 Eurosicon changed from running one day only even
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  • ...ble, not for the device manufacturers, not sponsored by the pharmaceutical companies.<ref name="screens" /></blockquote> ...ors who work at hospitals and universities, and two work at pharmaceutical companies, [[GlaxoSmithKline]]
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  • [[Category:Pharmaceutical companies of Canada]]
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  • {{notability|Companies|date=February 2015}} | genre = <!-- Only used with media and publishing companies -->
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  • ...e for the Life Sciences Industry - Pharmaceutical Technology | publisher = Pharmaceutical Technology | accessdate = 2016-09-14}}</ref> It was founded in 1999 and was ...-14}}</ref> Subsequent versions of the software were developed to help all companies in the [[life sciences]] automate their quality operations with compliance
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  • ...t institution Luxinnovation. It is used by many pharmaceutical, consulting companies.
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  • ...gether restaurant associations, chef associations, pharmaceutical and FMCG companies working in the diabetes space, government and regulatory authorities on one
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  • ...to grid was far less than it cost. Council owned and run public transport companies provided subsidised services to rural areas, helping those who did not own ...K trade was on British ships. The ships were, owned and managed by British companies and crewed by [[National Union of Seamen|unionised British seamen]]. At tim
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  • ...with [[cystic fibrosis]] and her battle with insurance and pharmaceutical companies to gain access to a life saving drug, Orkambi.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://ia
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  • ...B-to-B Online Publisher Became One of the Top 100 Fastest Growing European Companies|website=contentbiz.com|accessdate=3 September 2006}}</ref> Founded in 2000 ...www.in-pharmatechnologist.com/|title=Pharmaceutical news, Pharma industry, Pharmaceutical manufacturing|work=in-PharmaTechnologist.com}}</ref>
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  • ...ral cancer treatments. Kehr maintains that the medical profession and drug companies are deliberately suppressing natural cures for cancer.<ref name="suppress"> ...with traditional cancer treatments, meaning those who trust the media and pharmaceutical industry, are dead." Of course, Kehr's defective arithmetic does not accoun
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  • ...to streamline the overwhelming process. 9 of the 10 largest pharmaceutical companies and 4 of the 5 largest biotechs work with eMolecules.
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  • ...interests in [[Africa]]. As the [[Chairman]] of the Sun and Sand Group of Companies, he is among the Top 10 Richest Asians in the [[United Kingdom]] today as p Under the banner Sun and Sand Group of Companies Satiija’s businesses manufacture [[ferrous]] and [[Non-ferrous metal|non-
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  • ...scheme.<ref>{{cite web|title=GPhC Registration Number |publisher= General Pharmaceutical Council |url=http://pharmacyregulation.org/registers/pharmacy/registrationn [[Category:Companies established in 2013]]
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