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September 05, 2007

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Pharma Giles

If you remember "hypothesis" = "cash", then it all makes sense.

John Mack

Good points!

I should have used the "hypothesis generating" weasel statement when I released the results of the Pharma Blogosphere Reader Survey! D'Oh!

Pharma follies

Pharmas research-driven?

Hehâ„¢.

Jack Friday

Go Peter go!

johnny blaze

Excellent analysis, Peter!

One thing: Enough with the blanket statements about "healthcare journalists". Like it or not, you're one of us now... And a welcome addition to the flock.)

Rock on.

Recalcitrant

Sorry, Peter, you missed this one. If Zocor was still under patent you would have been right. However, with simvastatin being a cheap generic and Lipitor being an expensive patented drug the biggest reason patients are being switched is simply and purely to SAVE MONEY! Penny wise but pound foolish it seems.

HerringDaisy29

I guess that to receive the credit loans from creditors you should have a firm reason. But, once I've received a short term loan, because I was willing to buy a car.

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