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    Implications Of Big Pharma

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    ‘Big pharma’ refers to global pharmaceutical and biomedicine companies that lobby governments, media and other entities to expand their influence. In spite of being responsible for the modern innovations in medical devices and drugs, progress for research and development for new drugs or treatments is painstakingly slow. Like software updates or patches, the development for treatment has seen incremental therapeutics, such as small changes to existing formulations but rarely does the public see any ground breaking discovery and even rarer still are cures which are a small step away to being considered as unicorns. There is a perverse notion that pharmaceutical companies are deliberately hiding cures from the public and focusing their research…

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    program he used. Initially, it is found to be a seamless transition. Dennett can switch between the two with ease and a lack of concern. However, at the end of “Where Am I?”, we see this drastically change. Due to the evolving nature of the brain the two lost their sync, thus creating a paradox between Yorick and Hubert. While Hubert may be the direct replicate of Yorick it stands as an independent entity. This lack of interdependence caused this rift the come to fruition which in turn has…

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    RELATED WORK (tx) Our PubMed entity relation extraction and search problem is related to two fields of study: Medical entity relation mining and Entity-related search system. In the medical text-mining domain, there exists some prior works about the relationship among medical entities shown in the knowledge databases[1,2]. The most popular one is Comparative Toxicogenomics Database (CTD) whose data, including relations between Chemical-Gene, Chemical-Disease and Gene-Disease. Unlike the specific…

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    Those involved in a limited partnership are in a unique situation in that they are only legally responsible for their investment in the partnership interest. In certain companies, “the limited partner may be subject to special tax liabilities… individual limited … partners include their allocable share of partnership income or loss on their individual income tax returns and pay taxes on that share based on their tax bracket” (Entrepreneur, 2014). Corporation Tinker & Tailor’s Home Security…

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    First, if the phrases “Jeremy Wales” and “the founder of Wikipedia” both did refer to the same entity and were genuinely interchangeable, then the sentences “Wales is Wales” and “Wales is the founder of Wikipedia” should both hold identical meaning (Descriptions 175). However, this is clearly not the case – the first example is an obvious truth whereas the second seems to reveal new information to readers who may not have been familiar with Wikipedia’s history. A second issue arises when the…

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    Lord Sumption states that lifting the corporate veil is a convenient expression that the courts have granted rights to disregard separate legal personality of incorporation from its controllers (Lexis, 2013). With the increasingly adoption of the form of corporation, there may be some issues about the abuse of the principle (Dignam & Lowry, 2012). This essay will firstly explain part of the statements of Lord Sumption in Prest v Petrol and then providing arguments for and against them based on…

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    The Franklin Business and Commerce Code §121 allows for an exception to the general rule of non-liability when a “party which acquires a manufacturing business and continues the output of its line previously manufactured or distributed by the entity from which the business was acquired.” If the Folke Corporation meets these two elements, then they can be held liable for Mr. Regan’s injuries. These two elements are: (1) “the virtual destruction of the plaintiff’s remedies against the original…

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    Three Types Of Business

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    There are many choices that must be made when setting up a business but the most important question is what type of business it will be. In today’s business world there are three types of businesses sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations. In this paper each type of business will be explained in detail by describing advantages, disadvantages, and examples of each type of business. The first form of business is the sole proprietorship. A sole proprietorship is a business that is…

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    public opinion was against the Companies, in light of widespread discontent the Bubble act, 1720 put prohibition on establishment of new companies. This prohibition remained in force till 1824. Then it was realized the adverse impact it had on England’s economy and as result Companies were again allowed to be established by Royal Charter. These Companies worked on the same principles as a partnership, the main principle being unlimited liability of each partner. As the size of the company…

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    Do you know how the essay was established by the sentences? Do you know how many types of the sentences have to have in a paragraph or an essay? How they are different from each other? And how can they work in the essays which make the reading more exciting to the reader? A basic structure is a sentence that is a group of words include subjects and verbs. However, if the sentences are too short, or it is not completely thought; it makes the essay boring and unexciting to the reader. In English…

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