In the old days, sales representatives from drug companies would chat up local pharmacists to learn what drugs doctors were prescribing. Now such shoulder-rubbing is becoming a quaint memory—thanks to vast databases of patient and doctor information being used by pharmaceutical companies to market drugs.
Pills tracked from doctor to patient to aid drug marketing
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