Dining with Drug Reps Proves Unappetizing

As the saying goes, keep your friends close and your enemies closer.

Not that we know for sure that behavioral economist Dan Ariely considers pharmaceutical manufacturers “enemies,” but we know he’s onto their practices that are not exactly in the best interest of patients. He and a colleague recently had dinner with a few pharmaceutical sales representatives to find out the tricks of their trade, which is getting doctors to prescribe their companies’ drugs.

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