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Cure for unpronounceable pharmaceutical company names ‘still distant’

Pharmaceutical companies are likely to continue to have unpronounceable names for the foreseeable future, according to researchers. ‘A cure won’t happen soon,’ said a spokesman for Pfizer which is making a bid for AstraZenec – or whatever they are called. ‘It’s still a distant prospect.’

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Posted: May 6th, 2014
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Pharmaceutical companies to promote drugs through interpretative dance

Following a new swathe of bribery and corruption allegations being levelled at Glaxo Smithkline, the pharmaceutical industry has announced that henceforth it plans to promote its products through the power of ‘ribbons’, ‘spandex body suits’ and a judicious sprinkling of ‘jazz hands’.

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Posted: Apr 26th, 2014
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Revolutionary new placebo drug aimed at hypochondriac market

The composition of the latest wonder drug Amalingera is a tightly kept secret, but industry insiders say it’s a carefully-proportioned combination of sugar and food colouring, marketed in a packet covered in impressive-looking medical jargon.

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Posted: Jun 3rd, 2013
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