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    Donor fdelesseps will become famous soon enough fdelesseps will become famous soon enough
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    Also Pill Gothic seems relevant to the topic and could work:


    You have it here: http://www.printroot.com/forum/f43/pill-gothic-betatype-33828/

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    I think Helvetica would do the job. It has many styles. Or you could use the kerning...

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    This is a good idea:

    http://graphicriver.net/item/nutreo-pharmacy-logo/2708698

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    I'd rather say its depends on the shape of your logo, anyway pharmacy/medical is general field, you can use any good font either from sans or serif categories.

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    Check this guys work out : ) , might be interesting for your logotype's font choice...

    http://www.kontrapunkt.com/work/apoteket

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    The suitable font depends on what you want the design to communicate: modernity vs tradition, premium price vs affordable, general public vs women etc.

    That suggested Pill Gothic looks modern and clean; i think the lowercase a looks kind of weird, being that sharp, but it might work for you.

    You can also try: Chevin, Alwyn New Rounded, Mic32, DIN Next Rounded, Avenir Next Rounded etc. They all look clean, simple & modern.
    I'd avoid Helvetica (generally speaking), it's just been way too much used...

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    Univers, Futura or Interstate

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    I would go with Avenir, it's a great clean typeface

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    But also, you might want to try something done with hand lettering!

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    I think it really depends of what the style you want to bring to it. I'd choose something sans serif

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    Century Gothic will serve you quite good!

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    Futura is a great choice, it looks very professional

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