Two former Amgen salespeople allege improper drug marketing
Los Angeles Times, January 9, 2008
Two former Amgen, Inc. employees contend that the company required salespeople to gain access to patient medical information in doctors' offices and market drugs directly to patients, many of whom may not have needed the medication. Amgen insists that its sales force plays by the rules.
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