Pfizer/GM Dose Optimization Program Encourages Single-Tablet Zoloft Dosing
Pfizer sales reps are urging physicians to prescribe Zoloft (sertraline) in 100 mg tablets instead of two 50 mg tablets as part of a pilot program to reduce General Motors' spending on the antidepressant.
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