Specialty pharmacies are big businesses that offer specialized treatments, drugs and equipment for doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals.
They’re also big business in the United States.
They include:The top 10 specialty pharmacies by total sales are:In terms of total sales, specialty pharmacies rank fifth.
The top 10 by revenue are:Specialty pharmacies also have a big impact on the prices of their products.
The most expensive prescription drugs are typically the ones that have the highest prices, with the top three specialty pharmacies selling the most expensive drugs in the U.S.
According to the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, there are roughly 1,700 specialty pharmacies across the country.
They make up about 1% of the country’s overall pharmacies.
According the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, there were 7,857,000 specialty prescriptions filled in 2016, according to the National Practitioner Data Center.
That’s up from 6,764,000 in 2015.
The number of specialty prescriptions was up by 1.2% from the year before.
About 20% of specialty patients use the drugs to treat specific conditions.
The rest use them for a variety of other purposes.
The average age of patients with a specialty prescription was 62.4 years in 2016.
The number of U.N. special rapporteurs working on a topic has increased over the past five years, but there are still a few that are making an impact.
In 2017, there was a total of 15 special rapportes, which include representatives from the U-N Human Rights Council, the UNAIDS and the UCL International Human Rights Clinic.
Special rapporteuses are people who represent the countries in the UN Human Rights Commission, the UN General Assembly and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
They help bring people together to address pressing human rights issues.
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S., the Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Iran, Neda Shamsi, has been working on human rights in the Islamic Republic since 2017.
She was nominated to the UN’s Human Rights Commissioner post in March 2018 and was appointed special rapporteur on women’s rights in July 2018.