Doctors Were Chastised For Wellbutrin Claims: GSK Exec

Law360, District of Columbia (May 5, 2011, 6:14 PM EDT) -- GlaxoSmithKline PLC worked with physicians to stop promotion of antidepressant Wellbutrin for off-label uses, a company executive testified Thursday in the Maryland trial of a former GSK attorney who allegedly obstructed a probe into the drug's marketing.

GSK became aware in 2002 that the company's two top promotional-speaker doctors were using slides in their presentations including information for off-label uses of the drug, but swiftly took steps to bring the pair into compliance with all regulations, GSK executive James Millar said in the trial of the...
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USA v. Stevens


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