EUROPE Issue 413 dated 20/09/2001

Lessons from the Bayer Case

Lobbyists for the drugs industry have learned something from the health crisis that obliged Bayer to withdraw its anti-cholesterol drug: shift legal responsibility to patients by informing them more about the medicine.

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