How big pharma listens in on doctor networks
Newsweek, March 19, 2009
There is a growing cadre of sites designed for the nation's practicing physicians, where doctors from across the country can consult each other about the ordinary and the weird. These free are increasingly popular among doctors, but they are not nonprofits. And purchasing access to these sites is a no-brainer for drug marketers.
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