AIDS Foundation Shuts Door on Merck Reps

March 2010
Pharmaceutical Representative;Mar2010, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p8
The article reports that the AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) has banned Merck & Co. Inc. representatives from its clinics in the U.S. because foundation president Michael Weinstein found that the cost of the drug Isentress is reprehensible.


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