Pharma Marketers Ask FDA For Online Ads – Tweeting Side Effects in 140 Characters Or Less?

In 1997, the makers of top-selling pharmaceuticals won the right to start putting ads on television, investing more than $4 billionin 2009 alone spent on subtle slogans about impotency (or “male enhancement”), new breakthrough pills that can grow eyelashes for the ladies, memory-enhancing Alzheimer’s medication and the revelation that depression hurts and a popular anti-depressant […]

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