PETER ROST: PHARMA MARKETING EXPERT WITNESS. AWP, MEDICAL DEVICE EXPERT.: Did I really shut up John Mack?
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Did I really shut up John Mack?

John has been silent since our last argument at, oh, about 5:52 pm yesterday.

This is in itself unusual. I hope he is well and recovering.

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3 Comments:

Blogger John Mack said...

Yeah, you are not PharmSpy!

8/08/2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, we now know what John has been up to: getting you another job. That is good, is it not? Now, to keep John a little busy for some time, maybe he and you can explain a few things to us ordinary consumers of meds and healthcare. Insurers now tell doctors what they can and can not prescribe to patients. Drugs come in tiers, apparently, I just read this on your favorite blogsite the Huffpo, where a doctor complains about this. But I have already run into that as a patient. My doctor prescribed a medication for hiatal erosion, and the insurer said, no, no, you can not get that one, you can get this one. Problem is I had this one already and it was not working. Had to go back to the doctor, call the insurer, and then still did not get it. Teachers, also, like to prescribe drugs, to schoolkids for ADHD, which the teachers *diagnose*. What is with all this practicing of medicine without a license by paperpushers, and why are there no lawsuits against that yet? Also, I can order meds by mail for three months, which is cheaper, but I can NOT get these same meds by going to the pharmacy in a three-month quantity. Makes one wonder. What is the difference? Are they reimporting themselves and pocketing the differential? What is up? Do you know, Peter. And if so, will you explain it to this old woman? Much obliged, and thanks in advance.

8/08/2007  
Blogger Pharma Spy said...

John, I need more photos of you...

8/08/2007  

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