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Self-Medication One of Many Factors Driving OTC Drug Market Past $80 Billion by 2012

...armaceutical Markets: Self-Medication, Developing and Petro-Rich Economies, btc and Other Growth Trends, this market should enjoy a higher 4.3% CAGR throug...armaceutical Markets: Self-Medication, Developing and Petro-Rich Economies, btc and Other Growth Trends covers the latest OTC trends, and developments in N...

Simons Foundation grant boosts brain tumor research

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FDA Hears Pros, Cons of Pharmacist-to-Patient Drug Sales

...sts Association (NCPA). "NCPA strongly supports btc because it will increase patient access, reduce he...a prepared statement. "Transitioning some drugs to btc status will offer patients a readily available, co... Another industry association also supports the btc drug sales, but for a different reason. "The wh...

NCPA President Steve Giroux's Testimony at FDA Behind the Counter Hearing

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BTC in Biological Technology

Epic's Founder Judy Faulkner Speaks on Culture, Business Beliefs, and Recruiting: WTN Exclusive Coverage

...urg, Wis. - Judy Faulkner, founder and CEO of Epic Systems , made a rare public appearance at Accelerate Madisons monthly meeting held at the Promega btc Center. The audience heard the CEO's perspective on on the history and operations of this unique, and successful company. For over twenty years, Ju...
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