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    TITLE: PHARMACOGNOSTICAL, PHYTOCHEMICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF Sesbaniagrandiflora (L.) PERS By Mr. K.V. Veerabhadrappa,M. Pharm,(Ph.D) Under the Supervision of DR. J. Raveendra Reddy, M.Pharm, Ph.D Faculty of Pharmacy PACIFIC ACADEMY OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND RESEARCHUNIVERSITY UDAIPUR 1. NAME OF SCHOLAR :- K.V.Veerabhadrappa Hindi :-के.वि.वीरभद्रप्पा 2. TITLE OF THE RESEARCH :- Pharmacognostical, Phytochemical and Pharmacological activity of…

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    What Is Novartis Ethical?

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    The court’s decision is inclined towards the pleasure of India: that with drugs made affordable and accessible, more people’s lives will be saved. It seems like the better decision because, after all, what value does research have compared to invaluable human lives? But this is where the flaw lies. It is not just research per…

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    largest pharmaceutical company, the New York City-based company only had generated approximately 53 billion US dollars of the total revenue. This reflects the vulnerability of Pfizer towards the local economy because the major production of well-known drugs were carried out within US such as Lipitor, Lyrica, Enbrel and Viagra. In addition, with an extensive level of research and development within and outside of US, Pfizer is exposed to global economy where 60 percent of its total revenue,…

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    physicians who are in a position of power to prescribe medicine with a purpose to relieve pain, act as an anti-depressant, stimulant or sedative, it seems common for some professional athletes to be consuming some form of prescription or non-prescription drug. This paper will focus on school leavers in a sporting…

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    and roses? There is no question we have heard some of these words. Yet, what is unexpected is they are all code words used by teens for prescription drugs per the National Institute on Drug Abuse for Teens (2016). Prescription drug abuse among teens has rapidly increased, and has become a public health concern. Teens who are abusing prescription drugs are at higher risk for other abusive problems (Milner, Ham, & Zamboanga, 2014.) With many other issues going on in today’s world, there is need to…

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    (R&D). Companies need to spend a lot on developing new drugs in order to increase and maintain market share and of course, meet the ever-changing needs of consumers. R&D expenses add up to 12.9% of total industry…

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    esentation analyses the events leading up to the 2004 merger between the pharmaceutical companies Sanofi-Synthelabo and Aventis. It reveals the social, commercial and political complexities and challenges of a merger process in which the defence of French national interests and regional capabilities competed with traditional ‘commercial’ narratives before the deal was closed. presentation critically evaluates the competing criteria adopted by government and industry to justify different…

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    with most of the change coming in the later part of the decade. In 2006, CVS bought Caremark, one of the leading PBMs. This would be the start of a power struggle among all of the large chains to compete as preferred pharmacies by negotiating their drug prices with the remaining PBMs. Over the years these negotiations have led to reimbursements that have declined gradually leaving independents and some large chains to close their doors or sell out. In the last few years, Target has bowed out…

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    Good Laboratory Practice

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    In the drug development procedure, Good Laboratory Practice stand at the Preclinical Development Stage, also called as a non-clinical stage as it is not conducted in human. Its main goal is to test the safety. Toxicology, Pharmacokinetics Pharmacodynamics and bioavailability studies must follow the GLP compliance.Good laboratory practice (GLP) was first announced in New Zealand and Denmark in the year 1972 and later in the USA in June, 1979 as regulations passed to stop investigators who submit…

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    an incentive for suppliers to work hard to supply products in a volume that demands are met. In such instances suppliers from far distances might also find it worth-it to supply goods and services in critical areas. The sudden price increase for the drug, called Daraprim, was due to rare usage. As demand dropped, the price had to increase to meet the return-on-investment (ROI)…

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