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    Buy Viagra: the role of universities and researchers

    Before you are allowed to buy a drug, it must be approved by regulators. No matter which country, that means the manufacturer has to submit evidence from clinical trials showing the drug is both effective and safe. Even after a drug is licensed, research continues to produce different delivery formats and to prove the drug safe for other diseases or disorders. In all this, the marketing departments play a pivotal role because they use the "science" to convince the regulators and the consumers this is a fantastically effective product. To get everyone singing the same hymn, the researchers have to say all the right things, the regulators have to be persuaded, and then the ads have to trade on the reputation of "science" as always providing objectively justified conclusions. If "top scientists" say Bonzo cures headaches in ten minutes, it must be true. So what's wrong with this system?

    As always, it comes down to money. The manufacturers can award or withhold clinical research grants. Let's say a teaching university or top hospital would like to enhance its reputation by running a large-scale trial for a major new drug. The grant to run this particular study might represent a substantial profit, so the university or hospital would take the money and sign a contract giving the manufacturer control over publication of the results. That way, even if the university or hospital is not bought, the manufacturer can suppress all the bad results. In other words, the manufacturer is buying the reputation of the university or hospital to make its drug look more effective and safer. We know this happens because of the class action cases bought several years after the launch of a drug when all the serious side effects can no longer be covered up. There's always evidence showing the pharmaceutical industry hid evidence of dangerous side effects to maximize its profits. Naturally the researchers were aware of this but they had signed confidentiality agreements and chose not to say anything.

    Manufacturers make billions of pounds because their drugs are endorsed by top scientists. In real terms, the system is corrupt. Researchers and their employers receive big cash-back payments for helping the drug get licensed and then providing "evidence" of effectiveness for use in the marketing campaigns. In an ideal world, all drug testing would be undertaken in government-funded trials where there's a greater chance of scientific honesty. As citizens we deserve better protection. Fortunately, the erectile dysfunction market is relatively uncontroversial. Although there have never been any comparative trials so there's no evidence whether one drug is better than the others, all the drugs seem to perform reasonably well. So your decision to buy Viagra is not going to be wrong. Indeed, as a drug which came on to the market in 1998, it's proved itself safe. Look around the forums. Those who buy Viagra continue to sing its praises.

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