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June 20, 2005 Issue

Volume 83, Issue 25
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June 20, 2005 Issue, Vol. 83 | Iss. 25
The pharmaceutical industry since 1870 has become gargantuan, but consumers cling to a love-hate relationship with drugs for health
By ARTHUR DAEMMRICH AND MARY ELLEN BOWDEN, CHEMICAL HERITAGE FOUNDATION
(pp. 28-42)
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Purchase to boost German firm's exposure to pharmaceutical contract manufacturing 
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Purpose: Typical Anticancer
Purpose: Typical Antihistamine
Purpose: Typical Analgesic
(p.3)
Purpose: Typical Antiviral
(p.4)
Purpose: Typical Neuromuscular Modulator
(p.5)
Purpose: Typical Anticancer
Purpose: Typical Immunosuppressant
Purpose: Cardiac Drug
Purpose: Typical Hormone
Purpose: Typical Anesthetic
Purpose: Typical Narcotic
Purpose: Typical Cavity Prevention
Purpose: Typical Osteoporosis Drug
Purpose: Typical Hormone
Purpose: Typical Hormone
The pharmaceutical industry since 1870 has become gargantuan, but consumers cling to a love-hate relationship with drugs for health
(pp. 28-42)
Purpose: Typical Antibacterial
Purpose: Typical Antiparasitic
Purpose: Typical Antiparkinsonian
Purpose: Typical Antianxiety
Purpose: Typical Cholesterol-Lowering
Purpose: Typical Cholesterol-Lowering
Purpose: Typical Narcotic
Purpose: Typical Narcotic
Purpose: Typical Hormone
Purpose: Typical Hormone
Purpose: Typical Antibacterial
Purpose Anticonvulsant
Purpose Hormone
Purpose Antibacterial
Purpose Antidepressant
Purpose Antimalarial
Purpose Stimulant
Purpose Anticancer
Purpose Hormone
Purpose Bronchodilator
Purpose Antisyphilitic
Purpose Antiulcer
Purpose Anticancer
Purpose Immunomodulator
Purpose Antipsychotic
Purpose Hormone
Purpose Disease Prevention
Purpose Vasodilator
Purpose Antiinflammatory
Purpose Nutrient
Purpose: Typical Antiviral

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