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Figure 17: Depression-specific Zoloft (sertraline) historical and forecast sales revenue ($m), seven major markets, 2004-2017 Figure 18: Depression-specific Abilify (aripiprazole) sales revenue across the seven major markets, 2006-2017 Figure 19: Depression-specific sales of key atypical antipsychotic brands across the seven major markets, 2006-07 Figure 20: Change in quarterly total brand IMS Standard Units (SU) sold for Abilify (aripiprazole) in the US, Q3 2006 to Q2 2008 Figure 21: Depression-specific Pristiq forecast sales revenue ($m), seven major markets, 2008-2017 Figure 22: Depression-specific Wellbutrin XL (bupropion ...
The word brand has continued to evolve to encompass identity - in effect the personality of a product, company or service.
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
IS DECEPTIVE ADVERTISING MORALLY WRONG? I – STATEMENT OF THE ...
LINK is the official publication of the Mary Help of Christians College Seminary. This opus is intended to inform and to share with others about seminary life. It also provides a forum for seminarians to express their philosophical insights about the human person and life. LINK also aims to “link” the readers to God through the intercession of Mary, the Help of Christians, the Seminary Patroness. IS DECEPTIVE ADVERTISING MORALLY WRONG? I – STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM Thus, the endeavor of this paper is to answer this question: Is deceptive advertising morally wrong? For us to have a common understanding about the issue at hand, I ... market research, surveys and trends
Generic drugs: are they really 'exactly' the same as brand name ...
  in November.  But over the last eight or nine years, Graedon began hearing about “misadventures” from people who read his syndicated newspaper column, also called The People’s Pharmacy . The stories were typically from patients who were switched from a brand name drug to a generic one, and then had side effects or found that their symptoms returned — or even became worse than before they were medicated. Most recently, Joe Graedon has been hearing complaints on his website about generic forms of the anti-depressant Wellbutrin XL 300 (known as Budeprion XL 300 in one generic form), the heart medicine Toprol XL (metoprolol ... market research, surveys and trends

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Generic Drugs: International Trends and Policy Developments in ...
Generics (irrespective of definition) can be marketed as ... Conversely, brand name drugs met 55 percent of all prescriptions, accounting for .... US$33 billion, and is expected to grow at rate of 10-15 percent in the next few years, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
US Prescription Sales Rose 5 Percent In 2009 // Pharmalot
US prescription sales rose 5.1 percent last year, to $300.3 billion, a big increase from the 1.8 percent rate in 2008, thanks to manufacturer coupons, rebates, price hikes of 3 percent to 4 percent, and low-cost generics, which accounted for 75 percent of all prescriptions. Nonetheless, demand remained at “historically low levels,” according to IMS Health , which released the data. Overall, the rate at which prescriptions were filled rose 2.1 percent in 2009, to 3.9 billion dispensed, up from 1 percent the previous year. However, another recent report noted that the rate at which scrips were submitted to a pharmacy ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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FORTUNE DYNAMIC, INC. v. VICTORIA'S SECRET STORES BRAND MANAGEMENT, INC.
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Documentation of Medical Necessity for Brand Name Drugs with a ...
Nov 6, 2009 ... dispensing a Brand-Name medication instead of the generic ... Definition. In the context of this policy, Brand Medically Necessary is ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Generic Drugs
Definition of a Generic Drug. A drug product that is comparable to a brand/ reference listed drug product in dosage form, strength, route of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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GENERIC BRAND DEFINITION
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
How does a biosimilar differ from a generic drug? | LinkedIn ...
Biosimilars or follow-on biologics are terms used to describe officially approved new versions of innovator biopharmaceutical products, following patent expiry. A generic drug is a drug which is produced and distributed without patent protection. The generic drug may still have a patent on the formulation but not on the active ingredient. A generic must contain the same active ingredients as the original formulation. In most cases, generic products are available once the patent protections afforded to the original developer have expired. The U.S. FDA requires the bio-equivalence of the generic product to be between 80% and 125% ...
WikiAnswers - Is the formula for the generic version of adderall ...
The generic version of Adderall - or any drug - is NOT the "equivalent" of its 'brand name' counterpart. Rather, the manufacturer of the generic must prove to the FDA only that the generic is the " bioequivalent " of the 'brand name' drug. " Bioequivalent " has a technical definition. (According to Wikipedia, the FDA considers two products " bioequivalent " if the 90% CI of the relative mean C max , AUC (0-t) and AUC (0-∞) of the test (e.g. generic formulation) to reference (e.g. innovator brand formulation) should be within 80.00% to 125.00% in the fasting state. ...