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New Accounts, July, 2009, Advertising

New pharmaceutical account wins notified to us by the winning agency for the period May 2009 and July 2009 inclusive

New pharmaceutical account wins notified to us by the winning agency for the period May 2009 and July 2009 inclusive:

       

CLIENT

PRODUCT

THERAPEUTIC AREA

WINNING AGENCY

Abbott Laboratories/ International
Kaletra
Virology
Grace Agency
Bausch & Lomb Ocuvite Ophthalmology (OTC)
Pulsar Healthcare Communications
Bausch & Lomb PreserVision Ophthalmology (OTC)
Pulsar Healthcare Communications
Baxter Healthcare Renal Division Home dialysis Renal
Life
Boehringer Ingelheim
New product launch
Women's Health
MSA Market Media
Bupa Home Healthcare N/A Corporate Pulsar Healthcare Communications
CarieScan CarieScan Dentistry Pulsar Healthcare Communications
Gilead
Early treatment project
HIV
Life
IS Pharma         Haemopressin/ Variquel (Europe) Hepatology Pulsar Healthcare Communications
Novo Nordisk
NovoSeven corporate
Haemophilia
Life
Optegra
Eye surgery
Ophthalmology
Sudler & Hennessey
Spectrum Thea        Virgan Ophthalmology Pulsar Healthcare Communications
Teva Ireland Naramerg CNS Pulsar Healthcare Communications

  

Please note that inclusion in this table does not necessarily indicate exclusivity and other agencies may also be involved with some of the products listed in other ways, or in domestic, overseas or international markets.

To submit an entry for New Accounts, email new_accounts@pmlive.com

29th July 2009

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