I haven’t heard it all after all!

Sometimes when you think you've heard it all, you find out--you haven't. There are a plethera of puny and particularly pitiful excuses that doctors give for not prescribing Armour: 1) It only works for a few 2) It's unreliable 3) It's dangerous 4) It's not consistent from dose to dose 5) It's outdated 6) It's…

No, Mr. Johnson, pharmaceutical marketing does NOT benefit patients

In the Feb. 2nd issue of the New York Times given to me, an editorial questioned the practice of doctors receiving gifts from the pharmaceutical industry and medical device manufacturers. The editorial described how an article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association clearly stated that current guidelines against gifts, free samples and…

We’re on a roll–how soon will Doctors catch up???

Imagine a softly-lit dance floor, soft and slow music being played by the band, couples intertwined as they move in a dreamy sway, round and round, eyes closed, to the beat of a soothing and easy melody...one song after another... Then, suddenly, the band decides to pick up their melodious pace to a frenzied and…