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PPA

abbr.
phenylpropanolamine
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On 20 December 2002, the Secretary of State for Health, the Prescription Pricing Authority and the 28 English Strategic Health Authorities issued proceedings in the High Court Chancery Division against Norton Healthcare Limited, Norton Pharmaceuticals Limited, Regent-GM Laboratories, Goldshield Group PLC, Goldshield Pharmaceuticals Limited and Forley Generics Limited, claiming damages of more than GBP28 million plus interest.
She worked in the office for the Prescription Pricing Authority and helped out with the running of the canteen, sometimes being given responsibility for banking takings.
Figures obtained from the Prescription Pricing Authority show the town is prescribed more anti-depressants than anywhere else in England.
Statistics from the Prescription Pricing Authority show the number of tablets dished out for ADHD in England grew from 2,000 in 1991 to 359,100 last year - representing a 13,000 per cent increase.
Health Minister Hazel Blears today announced the appointment of Anne Galbraith as Chair of the Prescription Pricing Authority (PPA).
Actuate Corporation (Nasdaq:ACTU), the world leader in empowering enterprise users with Information Applications, today announced that its Information Application Platform has been implemented at the NHS Prescription Pricing Authority (PPA) based in the United Kingdom.
Staff at the Newcastle office of the Prescription Pricing Authority would pool their resources in an effort to keep the cost of food and drink down.
Doctors wrote 49,300 prescriptions for homeopathy in 2007, down from 83,000 in 2005, statistics from the Prescription Pricing Authority showed.
PRESCRIPTION Pricing Authority, Newcastle, has a requirement for the provision of pre-paid envelopes under a framework agreement to last for a term of three years.
The other winners were from the Prescription Pricing Authority in Newcastle, part of the NHS, and Glaxo SmithKline in Co Durham.
In a related technology-based development, IMS International also announced that the UK's official Prescription Pricing Authority has notified IMS that it is on the final "short list" should the Authority decide to privatize its claims processing.
Mr Doneghan is from South Shields and has previously worked for the Prescription Pricing Authority in Newcastle, Kvaerner Computing in Gateshead, British Shipbuilders and Coles Cranes of Sunderland.

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