In recent years, efforts have been made to limit the abuses of pharmaceutical
influence and encourage greater transparency in medical communications.
According to medical writer Stephen Braun, these efforts do not fundamentally
alter the influences of drug company funding on the content and tone of
messages directed at physicians and consumers.
In the JAMA article "
Promoting 'Low T,' A Medical Writer's Perspective," Stephen Braun confesses to being an accomplice in the efforts of
pharmaceutical companies to deceive physicians and consumers alike. Drug
companies enlist the help of medical writers to draft seemingly neutral
educational materials on behalf of esteemed doctors; however, the materials
are carefully crafted with the sole purpose of convincing readers that
they need a certain drug.
Unfortunately, the widespread use of testosterone is proving more
harmful than helpful.
If you or a loved one has suffered a heart attack, stroke, or blood clot
following testosterone use,
contact Morelli Law Firm immediately.