PhRMA’s “Reality Check”
Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America President Alan Holmer is embarking on a 45-city media tour as part of the trade association's effort "to ramp up the public relations effort of the pharmaceutical industry." The first stop is two days in Tampa that include four speeches, three radio interviews and two editorial board meetings along with other press events. The "Reality Check" tour will "set the record straight" about the value of pharmaceuticals, PhRMA declares. The association board approved the more aggressive media outreach campaign in November (1"The Pink Sheet" Dec. 16, 2002, p. 20)...
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