cipro cipro


  • (n) an oral antibiotic (trade name Cipro) used against serious bacterial infections of the skin or respiratory tract or urinary tract or bones or joints


  • Oregonians pay on average 10 times more for top-selling brand name drugs

    The 20 top prescription drugs that paid off their rivals to keep generics off the market resulted in average delays of five years that left patients paying up to 33 times as much for brand names, according to a report released Thursday from the Oregon State Public Interest Group and Community Catalyst. The drugs listed include some common prescriptions: Lipitor, Tamoxifen and Cipro.
    on July 12, 2013     Source: The Oregonian


  1. "In Cipro we trust," a solemn Tom Brokaw told his "NBC Nightly News" audience.
    on Aug 1, 2008 By: Tom Brokaw Source: FOXNews

  2. "We negotiate on everything," Burton said on the House floor. "We negotiated on Cipro not too long ago. ...... We negotiated on all kinds of military equipment, and for us to say we can't negotiate on pharmaceuticals is just crazy."
    on Jan 12, 2007 By: Dan Burton Source: Indianapolis Star

  3. "The Medicare Prescription Drug Price Negotiation Act requires the secretary of health and human services to negotiate a better deal, much as former Secretary Tommy Thompson negotiated deep discounts for Cipro in President Bush's first term,"...
    on Jan 13, 2007 By: Pete Stark Source: Chicago Tribune

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