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Drug company guilty over misrepresentation of AIDS medication

A drug company that promoted a product used against the wasting effects of AIDS has been charged and barred from involvement with healthcare for 5 years after they presented faulty data to physicians and used unethical methods to encourage doctors to prescribe their drug. The medication cost AIDS sufferers $21,000 per course.

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About: Drug company guilty over misrepresentation of AIDS medication

Date: 28 December 2005


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This summary article refers to the following medical categories:

  • Side effects
  • Side effects and anti-wasting drugs
  • Side effects and anti-wasting medication
  • Side effects and AIDS
  • Side effects and HIV
  • Cause of wasting
  • Medical malpractice
  • Medical malpractice and drug company
  • Medical malpractice and drug firm
  • Medical malpractice and AIDS
  • Medical malpractice and wasting
  • Medical malpractice and anti-wasting medication
  • Medical malpractice and AIDS medication
  • Medical malpractice and AIDS drugs
  • Medical malpractice and ethics

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