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Incentives

Incentive

in experimental psychology, an object or goal of motivated behaviour.

Origin: LL. Incentivus, provocative


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Therapeutic Regimens With Biologics

... who makes an identical drug called Procrit due to their marketing activities related with such issues. The settlements were due to the rebates and incentives both companies were giving to the users of their products, which were very lucrative benefits, and this resulted in some cases intentional ...

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Morgellon's or ..........flies, or .......

... the number of development programs per drug. More “shots on goal” would lead to lower risks for investors. Government Life Sciences Support and Incentives Asian governments have put in place attractive incentives to undertake business in their respective countries. These governmental incentives, ...

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