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  • Blog reactions to the Healthcare 100 - June 18, 2007

    We’ve been truly gratified by the response to the Healthcare 100. Here are a few comments from health and medical blogs: Health Care Law Blog: “The list includes many of the top health blogs and is well worth scanning if you are interested in what is happening in the world of health and medical blogs … Cary Byrd, founder of the company, gets points for his creation of the global ranking as a way to drive traffic and make others aware of edrugsearch.com. Good classic marketing to bloggers.” PharmaGossip: “Great idea Cary!” Medgadget: “The Medical blogosphere is a growing community of vital, insightful voices. We have an opportunity to fundamentally change the way health information is communicated. Medical blogs should…

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  • Prozac vs Zoloft: Which One Should You Take? - March 27, 2018

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  • W.H.O. Says — Zika Virus ‘Spreading Explosively’ in Americas - January 28, 2016

    Public health workers participated in a day of fumigation to stop spread of the Aedes aegypti mosquito in Caracas, Venezuela, on Thursday. Credit Miguel Gutierrez/European Pressphoto Agency The World Health Organization rang a global alarm over the Zika virus on Thursday, saying the disease was “spreading explosively” in the Americas and that as many as four million people could be infected by the end of the year. Dr. Margaret Chan, the director general of the W.H.O., said she was convening an emergency meeting on Monday to decide whether to declare a public health emergency. The move was a signal of how seriously the global health agency was treating the outbreak of the virus, which is transmitted by mosquitoes, after widespread…

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  • Insidious Greed: How Big Pharma Rips You Off on Drugs - October 21, 2014

    Recently, through the launch of a new online database last week the U.S. government revealed that in 2013, doctors were paid roughly $380 million by medical device and pharmaceutical corporations for speeches and consultations, all within a five-month time frame. Big Pharma spends almost $20 billion annually marketing their products to doctors, which yields profits upwards of $300 billion per year in drug sales. A handful of these doctors were paid more than $500,000 apiece. Others were paid millions for the drugs and devices they helped to create. Doctors insist that this money doesn’t influence what they recommend to their patients. However, it’s extremely difficult to imagine what purpose the payments would serve if not to increase product sales through prescriptions. eDrugSearch.com has…

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  • Using Tamiflu and Relenza for swine flu prevention - May 1, 2009

    After our post yesterday on five ways to protect yourself from swine flu, we received a number of e-mails inquiring about the use of Tamiflu and/or Relenza as a flu preventative. The answer is that, yes, you can use these drugs as a precautionary measure against swine flu. Government health officials and physicians, however, are hesitant to endorse this because the overuse of antiviral drugs can help germs become resistant to them. However, some physicians have been providing prescriptions for Tamiflu and Relenza as a precaution. As pharmacist Steve Tigrett reports: It hasn’t gotten out of hand yet. Some doctors are writing it as a precaution, just to have in case they do start showing symptoms. It needs to be…

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  • Schering-Plough says it operates with integrity — now, anyway - December 10, 2006

    From the Dallas Business Journal: Texas will receive more than $15.7 million under a national settlement with pharmaceutical company Schering-Plough Corp., Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott said Thursday. Texas and all other states accused Kenilworth, N.J.-based Schering-Plough (NYSE:SGP) of failing to provide the Medicaid program with the lowest drug prices… Brent Saunders, senior vice president for the company’s global compliance and business practices, said that since April 2003 when new management joined Schering-Plough and launched an action agenda, the company has made great strides in building a company that centers around business integrity. “New management” for Big Pharma is the equivalent of putting a new sheepskin on the wolf. It will carry Schering-Plough until its next scandal, when “new management”…

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