Direct-to-Consumer Advertising and Physician Prescribing
Miller, Franklin G.
Kravitz, Richard L.
Epstein, Ronald M.
Feldman, Mitchell D.
Franz, Carol E.
JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association 2005 August 10; 294(6): 678-679
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