Study says US drug companies spend more on promotion

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A study by two Canadian researchers says US drug companies spend nearly twice as much on promoting their products ($57.5 billion in 2004) than they spend on research and development ($31.5 billion in 2004). PhRMA called the contention a “myth.”

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