Running commercials for prescription drugs that the general public can't buy makes no sense. Only a doctor can get you those drugs and the doctor decides what you are going to get. My cousin is a doctor. He gets visited by drug reps all the time! So why ads for the general public? I think the reason behind the ads is to keep you convinced you need a drug for e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g! Look a the filled prescription walls at CVS or Walgreens! Hundreds of filled prescriptions. The medical industry is convincing us that our bodies are incapable of healing itself. You can't do anything without prescription drugs.
tidalmouse Whatsamatta U. Member since Jan 2009 13727 posts
re: Why are there ads for prescription drugs? (Posted on 2/14/13 at 5:44 am to greystreettoker)
quote: Because they cost billions to produce. They hope you see the commercial, replicate the "symptoms", and request it specifically. Money needs money.
This ^^^^. And the OP is correct that there's a pill for everything.Some of the commercials are great though.Viagra and Cealis(sp);these guys are living like OT Ballers.They just can't get an erection.