Marketing to Doctors -Informative Satire

One of my colleagues recently shared a youtube link that I recommend highly to anyone who is concerned about the relationship between pharmaceutical companies and physicians.  As with any good piece of satire, it is both funny and thought-provoking.  As one would question the impartiality of politicians who receive funds from constituents with a specific agenda, likewise patients may question whether physicians are unduly influenced by their relationship with pharmaceutical companies.

For those too busy to enjoy the entire ~17 minutes, watch the last three minutes:

 

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