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In 2004, what company had its membership suspended by the British Pharmaceutical Industry?

a. Merck

b. Pfizer

c. Abbott Laboratories

d. GlaxoSmithKline

Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry

The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) is a trade association of over 120 companies that produce pharmaceutical products in the UK. The APBI has developed a Code of Practice which sets standards regarding the promotion of products by its member companies to doctors and other health professionals.

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The answer is: c. Abbott Laboratories

In 2004, the APBI suspended Abbott Laboratories' membership due to violations of its Code of Practice. ...

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