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|Interest of||Jane Bürgermeister, Charles Grassley, Natural News, Pharma Watch, Powerbase, Whiteout Press|
|Founder of||Center for Medicine in the Public Interest|
|The set of drug companies, supposedly in competition with one another, but who have interlocking interests and personnel, and who operate a revolving door with their supposed regulatory agencies, now long since captured.|
Big pharma is a shorthand for referring to the large pharmaceutical companies.
Legal cases of note
Big Pharma spends much more on governmental lobbying than any other industry.
|Baxter International||A multi-billion dollar transnational corporation which is of interest as regards emerging diseases and vaccines.|
|Bayer||Owner of Monsanto|
|Insys Therapeutics||Big pharma that promoted opioids|
|Merck & Co.|
|Searle Pharmaceuticals||Taken over by Monsanto in 1985.|
|Document:Big Pharma pushes Cure for Holocaust Denial Syndrome||article||20 February 2006||Michael James||Big Pharma launches cure for 'Holocaust denial'|
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The set of drug companies, supposedly in competition with one another, but who have interlocking interests and personnel, and who operate a revolving door with their supposed regulatory agencies, now long since captured. +