Apparently Kaiser Permanente has some policy that says no to writing Belviq prescriptions because it lacks real world safety data. The Kiesser Dr. said they don't trust clinical data because it can be easily fudged.
I'm just the messenger of this tidbit that was just told to my girlfriend when she inquired.
Thanks rt2003. I've noted Dr Dan never had the courtesy of sharing this DD with fellow ARNA longs even though he knew this to be true. Shows you how Dr Dan selectively shared DD and manipulates unsuspecting retail longs.
Why don't you stay on the Vvus board with all your all your disillusional budies. You've been pimping that dog for years. Admit your on the wrong horse and move on..........Cheers
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Hey !!!! I thought you you said on the 3rd of October that Qsymia worked "wonders" for you girlfriend.. Jeeze... Did she end up putting a couple buffet's out of business these last three weeks and why didn't she go back to Qsymia. Better post a couple more links today as you'll be needing the pennies per post to fund her gargantuan appetite.. Nice try idiot !! But Yes!! I will have some of that meatloaf.... Ma !!! The meatloaf !!! F***
You backed the dead rabbit called VVUS and have always bashed the tortoise who will win the race, and now you are spewing lies faster than is safe for your health. Some dinosaurs will say no because they can't be bothered with getting educated, and some docs are just extremely cautious for some period of time, but Kaiser has not said and will not say no to a medicine that is totally aligned with their pro-active approach to wellness. Watch the scripts grow and the story take hold over the coming months. You will not have any effect on Belviq's success as you watch your dead rabbit.