Translation of pharmaceutical in Spanish:

pharmaceutical

farmacéutico, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˌfɑrməˈsudək(ə)l//ˌfɑːməˈs(j)uːtɪk(ə)l/

adjective

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    farmacéutico
    • Most work on HIV vaccines is being done in the public sector rather than the pharmaceutical industry.
    • From the perspective of the pharmaceutical industry, statins are an ideal group of drugs.
    • He wanted to create a biocatalyst, using enzymes to try and find applications in the pharmaceutical industry.
    • Increasingly the pharmaceutical industry is advertising directly to consumers.
    • So what lies in store for the research-based pharmaceutical industry?
    • In the postwar period, the pharmaceutical industry was free-wheeling and little regulated.
    • Forced switches of drugs within patent threaten the pharmaceutical industry's earning capacity.
    • The pharmaceutical industry has been reluctant to study medicines in children for various reasons.
    • The public sector has decided to make it public policy to leave drug development in the hands of the pharmaceutical industry.
    • The appearance of fake anticancer drugs in the United States led to local action by the pharmaceutical industry.
    • The pharmaceutical industry is clearly unable to meet the needs of people with neglected diseases.
    • The organisation believes that the pharmaceutical industry is willing to lower the price of antimalarial drugs.
    • There was fury against the pharmaceutical industry and the massive profits that are being made.
    • For some reason the pharmaceutical industry is seen as the devil, while many others in health care are seen as saintly.
    • He also called on the pharmaceutical industry to set up drug companies to ease the access of drugs in the district.
    • The pharmaceutical industry is among the most profitable in the world, with profits nearly four times the average.
    • The pharmaceutical industry has little incentive to develop new drugs for use primarily in developing countries.
    • A long period is needed for pharmaceutical drugs to acquire marketing approval.
    • All information provided by the pharmaceutical industry has to satisfy stringent regulations.
    • The pharmaceutical industry could be reluctant to waive any part of its power in the conduct of studies that it funds entirely.

noun

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    fármaco masculine
    producto farmacéutico masculine