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Healthy Skepticism Library item: 5248

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Publication type: Journal Article

Ragg M.
MaLAM and Augmentin
Lancet 1993; 342:487


The Medical Lobby for Appropriate Marketing has written to SmithKline Beecham to ask for justification for its claims about Augmentin in Australia and Bangladesh.

*news story/Australia/Bangladesh/Medical Lobby for Appropriate Marketing/MaLAM/Augmentin/SmithKline Beecham/quality of information/developing countries/quality of information/EVALUATION OF PROMOTION: GENERAL QUALITY OF INFORMATION/PROMOTION AND HEALTH NEEDS: PROMOTION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES/REGULATION, CODES, GUIDELINES: FEEDBACK TO COMPANIES


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