Pharmaceutical Market Cooling Slightly With 13.8% Dollar Growth - IMS
The prescription pharmaceutical market is "cooling off slightly" in 2000, IMS Health VP-Supplier Relations Douglas Long told the National Association of Chain Drug Stores Aug. 28.
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