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Pharma Insider Part II
Opposition research
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Off-label promotion under the radar
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The Art of Medical Writing
Pharma's anonymous writers
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Drug Reps Talk Shop Part II
Drug reps continue their chat
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Drug Reps Talk Shop Part I
Selling drugs to docs
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Director of PharmedOut Explains the Project
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Zyprexa Drug Rep Tells All
Shahram Ahari describes how he sold the drug
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