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Re: In response to Paulk

Posted by SLS on May 31, 2001, at 7:04:43

In reply to Re: In response to Paulk, posted by gilbert on May 30, 2001, at 11:17:59

> >
> I appreciate your point but my opinion is not just theory...there are vast numbers of studies showing huge discrepcies in the way women get treated and medicated by a mostly male field. The huge number of valium scripts being dished out in the 70's was another example of my same point. Your point about the drug comapanies wanting to find a sexually effective AD so they could make money......Last time I looked Prozac was the number 3 drug selling in this country with Zoloft not far behind. Consumer demand is very high for these chemical castraters what motivation could there be. I have relatives in both the health insurance field and the pharmaceutical field and beilieve me they are happy with the drugs currently out. If you think there is some giant race by all the differnt pharmaceuticals to invent some sex effect free drug your in for a long wait........
> Thanks for the spirited debate.
> Gil

Have you seen the new advertisements in T.V. for Wellbutrin? The theme of the ad is that it doesn't cause sexual side effects. There must be some importance placed upon the lack of sexual side effects, at least in the marketing department.

No, I should think that the drug companies are now scrambling to R & D ADs without SSEs.

- Scott




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