Medical Care study found drug sampling leads to greater spending

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A Medical Care study found that drug sampling does lead to greater consumer spending on drugs. According to the study, which measured spending over 180-day periods, individuals spent $166 before receiving samples, $244 while receiving samples and $212 after sampling ended. Individuals who never received samples spent $178.
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