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Water Purification - Chlorination of water

Water constitutes an important ingredient in the pharmaceutical products and also a powerful cleaning agent. Usage of water have both direct and indirect impact on the quality of the product.

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Monopoly on Life - Section VI (Addendum 1)

Annotated Bibliography Continued

Below are a few additional resources not included in the original bibliography entries. As noted previously, this paper is still a work in progress. 203 more words

Drug Pricing

Weekly Headlines and Thoughts

German public health care funds                                                                                                                German regulators may allow public health care funds to invest from 10% up to 30% of their reserves into equities (limited to EUR noted shares); investments will be passive and index focused. 761 more words

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Focus: Pharma companies battle corruption charges amidst demands for stricter regulation

“It does seem as if the more one gets the more one wants,” wise words from Lousia May Alcott’s Little Women. The expression has added weight in the age of dwindling faith in banks, governments and the healthcare industry, in short institutions that constitute the backbone of a modern social structure. 1,726 more words

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XenoPort Acquired

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Arbor Pharmaceuticals and XenoPort, Inc. (XNPT) announced today that they have signed a definitive agreement under which Arbor will acquire XenoPort for $7.03 per share in cash, or a total equity value of approximately $467 million. 177 more words

Money

Monopoly on Life - Section I

Executive Summary

In effort to tackle the unsustainability of the current growth in pharmacy spending on patent protected drugs and the current problems associated with the accessibility of patented drugs, some authors have suggested various sorts of marketplace interventions which enable patent purchases by the federal government or a mechanism for licensing patents to consumers. 281 more words

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