GLANCE AT ANY NEWSPAPER, magazine, or television program and you would think that disease is an inevitable part of life—that it's not a question of if, but when, most people will need the latest medicines to hold at bay an array of diseases. The aggressive marketing of prescription drugs has come into question, and that's good news.
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