You have a typo in the title. “How does that effect what we’re prescribed?” should read “How does that *affect* what we’re prescribed?”
Absolutely right, Gram. Thank you.
ALL guidelines, or nearly all, are tainted and corrupt.
Here’s an irony.
Not only doctors accepted bribes and payments. The New York Times, that paragon of newspapers, wrote article after article exposing Purdue Pharma’s buying MD’s:
Sacklers Directed Efforts to Mislead Public About OxyContin, New…
Origins of an Epidemic: Purdue Pharma Knew Its Opioids Were Widely …
Purdue Pharma tried to maximize profits by marketing the drug to keep patients on higher doses for longer periods, a lawsuit charges.
But lets Purdue now run self-exculpatory full-page ads:
Purdue paid over $600 million in fines; its top executives were convicted of felonies and paid millions.
Yet for about $$150,000 per, the Times lets Purdue run ads boasting about whait’s doing to com bat the very opoid epidemic it helped create.
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