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Healthy Skepticism Library item: 3990

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Publication type: Journal Article

MaLAM letter follow up—Abbott
MaLAM Newsletter 1989 Feb; 1


Abstract:

Abbott has failed to provide any evidence for the usefulness of its combination product erythromycin with bromhexine.

Keywords:
*analysis/Philippines/developing countries/Abbott/erythromycin/bromhexine/antibiotics/company responses/quality of information/MaLAM/Medical Lobby for Appropriate Marketing/ATTITUDES REGARDING PROMOTION: INDUSTRY/PROMOTION AND HEALTH NEEDS: PROMOTION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES/REGULATION, CODES, GUIDELINES: FEEDBACK TO COMPANIES

 

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