Study: Small gifts found to influence doctors
Researchers say a little promotional gift like a pen or a coffee mug inscribed with a drug's name really make a difference in a doctor’s prescription patterns. A study reports that students from a medical school where such gifts are allowed had a more favorable attitude toward a cholesterol drug than did students from a school where they are banned.
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