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n.1.A medicine or drug; also, a poison.
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M2 PHARMA-August 6, 2014-Biotec Pharmacon gets US patent for monoclonal antibodies, beta-glucan combo as cancer therapy
A few sources immediately come to my mind, including Plato's pharmacon, Viktor Frankl's Man's Search for Meaning, Alan Watts's Om: Creative Meditations, and, of course, Martin Heidegger's notion of "language is the house of being.
The pharmacon phenomenon: Cultural conceptions of drugs and drug use.
Clinical pharmacy is the branch of Pharmacy where pharmacists and pharmacon omists provide patient care that optimizes the use of medication and promotes health, wellness, and disease prevention.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 8, 2011--Biotec Pharmacon limits net loss to NOK5.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-November 8, 2011--Biotec Pharmacon limits net loss to NOK5.
Apart from the component responsible for the main effect, others are needed to arrive at the final product, formed by the pharmacon plus the excipients.
Moreover, the modernist's cannibal imagery implies a willingness to ingest the "poison enemy" as a remedy, accepting the metaphorical risks and rewards of the post-jennerian Pharmacon.
Pharmacon nepente, elixir del olvido, unico escape del infierno, tentativa de huir que a fin de cuentas solo refuerza, amplifica y perpetua el infierno.
Thus, by degrees, the beach acquired in the popular mind the typically doubled and oxymoronic meaning of the pharmacon, a drug that can both heal and kill.
UKPRwire, Tue Jun 25 2013] Global Market Direct's pharmaceuticals report, "Biotec Pharmacon ASA - Product Pipeline Review - 2013" provides data on the Biotec Pharmacon ASA's research and development focus.
18 January 2012 - ArcticZymes AS, owned by Norwegian biopharmaceutical company Biotec Pharmacon ASA (OSL:BIOTEC), said Tuesday it had established a US subsidiary to service the North American research and molecular diagnostic market.