Ending Physician Speaker Programs May Not Be a Good Thing

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Christine Savage on Ending Physician Speaker Programs in Law360

White Collar Law360

 | March 11, 2014

 | Christine Savage


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Christine Savage wrote “Ending Physician Speaker Programs May Not Be a Good Thing” in White Collar Law360, where she discusses the rationale behind one healthcare company’s decision to end physician promotional speaker programs and what this decision means for other companies and their plans for educating manufacturers on their pharmaceutical products.  This also appeared in the Health, Life Sciences and Competition sections of Law360. 


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