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Avanir Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Message Board

  • former_mm former_mm Jun 18, 2013 11:32 AM Flag

    BREAKING NEWS - Tradestoxx thinks reps can give samples of Nuedexta to patients

    "How many retail Reps do we have?

    Just wondering how many might be working the phones and contacting the 10's of thousands of patients who requested a fact kit.

    Offering samples. Hand holding them all the way to their doctors offices."

    Just another example of someone who will say anything in his pumpquest.

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    • Sorry fool..but obviously you're aware that I never meant REPS giving them sample.
      hence my "handholding them to their doctors" comment.

      Because you've been proven so wrong about reps being able to contact them..let's not distort the meaning of my posts..ok?
      I're a complete and utter newbie and idiot even....but let's not amplify that fact any more than we have to.

      And now..i'm done with you. You were proven wrong once again.


      Sentiment: Strong Buy

      • 3 Replies to tradestoxx11
      • "Because you've been proven so wrong about reps being able to contact them.."
        Sales reps contacting potential patients may be legal but I have not heard of it being done. Has anyone?
        Sales reps cost the company $200,000 per year each. Avanir employees who costs the company $70,000 per year or temporary workers could do the job of replying to people who request information about PBA.
        And they wouldn't be "handholding" the patient to the M.D., they'd be advising the potential patient to see their discuss their symptoms and to ask their M.D. if it could be PBA and if Nuedexta would be an appropriate drug for them. And that's about it, I think.
        Sales reps giving samples to a patient's physician should not affect whether a script is written.

      • this is a direct quote from your post:

        "Offering samples. Hand holding them all the way to their doctors offices."

        Semper Fidelis

      • As you are wont to do, you just keep repeating you were right, no matter how many times you are proven wrong. Repeating something over and over doesn't make it true, but that's your m.o. Clearly, your words speak for themselves. Saying you meant something else when you're embarrassed after being called out, doesn't change a thing.

        Fact: I gave you yet another beatdown, proved you wrong (again), showed your utter ignorance of the subject at hand, and let you embarrass yourself, like so many times before.

        Well, at least you went a few posts w/o accusing me of being Bert. You're progressing, though you're still a congenital liar and ignorant putz.

        How's Boston? :)

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