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Resource ID: #7704
Subject: Drugs
Source: Public Citizen Magazine


Public Citizen reveals how the pharmaceutical industry spends more than $8 billion a year on new research and development, and spends almost as much marketing its new drugs--more than $5 billion in 1990 in the United States alone, and passing on the cost to the consumer; drug marketing practices have evolved into a slick, thinly veiled form of bribery--fancy gifts, money or other compensation are offered to doctors in return for pushing new drugs, March/April 1991.

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