PHRMA

AcronymDefinition
PHRMAPharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (aka Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers Association)
PHRMAPharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers Association (aka Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America; Washington, DC)
PHRMAPortland Human Resource Management Association (Oregon)
PHRMAProfessional Human Resource Management Association
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Researchers, too, discussed their work in clinical trials as well as advancements in the pipeline for millions of patients, according to PhRMA.
A recognised expert in clinical research and development, Moscicki joins PhRMA from the US Food and Drug Administration's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, where he served as deputy center director for science operations.
Most of the donors are PhRMA members, based on the available information and (http://www.
Congress has called witnesses from PhRMA to Capitol Hill for hearings on matters such as the high price of the newest anti-cholesterol drugs and the skyrocketing cost of the EpiPen devices used to protect people from severe, airway-constricting allergic reactions.
PhRMA was formed in 1958 to represent America's leading biopharmaceutical researchers and biotechnology companies.
PhRMA identified ineffective regulatory data protection, regulatory barriers and parallel imports as the three key issues of concern in the Lebanese pharmaceutical market.
The newly revised PhRMA code of conduct seeks to address concerns about both the safety of individuals participating in clinical drug trials and the integrity of clinical trial research.
America's pharmaceutical research and biotechnology companies are not immune to the challenges presented by our current economic crisis," said PhRMA President and CEO Billy Tauzin.
But these efforts are wasted if the medicines that are developed are not accessible to the patients who need them," said PhRMA President and CEO Billy Tauzin.
It must be emphasized that the Code of Ethics on Interactions With Healthcare Professionals that was released in 2003 (and subsequently updated in 2005) by the Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed)--a national trade association for medical device companies--is separate from the PhRMA Code and obviously has more direct relevance to the compliance activities of orthopedic device companies.
Neither PhRMA nor Jarvis ever admitted that the sum came from the drug industry, but PhRMA has confirmed that it gave United Seniors an "unrestricted educational grant" in mid-2002.
Also involved in the scheme was Mark Barondess, a divorce lawyer who represents CNN host Larry King and consults for PhRMA.