DTC Advertising: The 'Kick Me' Sign On Big Pharma’s Backs
Treating mandatory wholesale acquisition cost disclosure in TV ads as a major drug pricing reform is close to ludicrous. But the broad approval of the action is an important sign of the continued public image cost of the ads to the drug companies.
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