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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In addition to his time at PhRMA, Currie served as vice president of Global government Affairs for Amgen Inc.
The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) represents the country's leading innovative biopharmaceutical research companies, which are devoted to discovering and developing medicines that enable patients to live longer, healthier and more productive lives.
"We are fighting to lower costs for seniors by forcing insurance companies and middlemen to share negotiated savings at the pharmacy counter," said PhRMA executive vice president of public affairs Robert Zirkelbach.
'As such, PhRMA member companies are concerned that these guidelines could have unexpected negative implications on patients' health,' the PhRMA report said.
Senator Hassan asked a representative from the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of American (PhRMA) if she believes Allergans align with the membership criteria PhRMA put in place in 2017 to tackle the biggest challenges facing patients.
PhRMA's Ohio maneuver spotlights how so-called "dark money" groups are creating new ways to get around state campaign finance laws after two federal court decisions in 2010, most notably Citizens United, allowed unlimited corporate and union money in elections.
Both Republican and Democratic presidential contenders have been blasting PhRMA's members.
By attracting long-established bodies such as PhRMA to the UAE, DuBiotech aims to address the imbalance of over-reliance on imported drugs by stimulating the innovation and manufacture of locally-produced medicines through strategic collaboration and knowledge sharing, said a senior official.
"Making India polio-free through the spectacular work of the global polio eradication initiative partners and the government of India, demonstrates that successful public/private partnerships can overcome significant barriers to access to health to achieve a great outcome for patients," said Chip Davis, Executive Vice President of PhRMA."For more than 25 years, Rotary has led global efforts to rid the world of this disease through their model of public-private cooperation.
BEIRUT: The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) has asked the United States Trade Representative to include Lebanon on the 2012 Priority Watch List due to the lack of adequate intellectual property protection in the Lebanese pharmaceutical market.
This code of conduct, Principles on Conduct of Clinical Trials and Communication of Clinical Trial Results, embodies the commitment of the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) and its member companies to the safety of individual patients participating in clinical trials, as well as to scientific objectivity and transparency in clinical trial research.
Despite the nation's economic slowdown, America's pharmaceutical research and biotechnology companies invested a record $65.2 billion last year in the research and development of new life-changing medicines and vaccines - an increase of roughly $2 billion from 2007, according to analyses by the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA) and Burrill & Company.