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Marketing to Doctors: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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shannon holtzclaw (16 hours ago)
I love John Oliver, it’s like hey I’m going to inform you about all of the shitty things going in the world but I’ll deliver it in way that doesn’t make you feel depressed about it
TheManFateForgot (1 day ago)
I don’t get this issue. Doctors are in thousands if not hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt working crappy hours. Why shouldn’t they be able to take money from rx companies? They need to pay their bills. Consumers should be educated enough to make informed decisions. No one should trust anyone with their health without any research before hand. Do your own research. If some stupid people get prescribed the meds they don’t need. What does it matter their have actions to take to counter act that like lawsuits. Worst case scenario they’re out of pocket and they got some bad side effects. But if you’re spending money out of pocket do your own damn research
Curtic Carmichael (2 days ago)
The Real Life Superhero Movement. That should be a topic for him!
mookooy (4 days ago)
You know what lunch is pretty great.
Laid_Ba ck_Cock (4 days ago)
My lung Cancer Metastasised and spread too other organs, thai peppers from local farmboy grocery store saved my life. I had too eat 6 a day and boy are they hot but in a single day of treatment you feal a noticeable difference in your over-all health and keep going with the spicy treatment. spicy Thai chilli peppers are allot more effective than any thing you hear about on youtube just look at how low cancer rates are in thai land. Dont trust the baking soda bullshit or mixing cottage cheese and flaxseed oil in a blender they dont work. B17 is not effective enough for cancer too trust your life too it i've tried. I even tried heated oil from indica plants and it didn't do a bit of good as far as i could tell. These small red Thai Peppers are the Cure too Cancer! Stay away from Dairy and Soda if you Have cancer currently! my lung cancer metastasised back in 2007 and i never went too hospital for treatment. I swear too you im telling you the truth!!!!
Jack Bachtel (5 days ago)
Samuel Alswell (5 days ago)
Some high school just got owned for some 45 seconds. Lmao
Jennifer Peterson (6 days ago)
I looked for my doctor and my son's doctor. My doctor got $85, my son's doctor got $11. I think I can live with that.
AnthemGS (8 days ago)
Is the doctor CH's Google guy?
Cyavash A.K.B (8 days ago)
and here i thought i knew americans well enough to move there maybe a couple more seasons of Last week tonight
Lucinda Meyer (8 days ago)
I was horrible damaged by a medication. I don’t know if I will even live though this. Off labeling. So many are harmed and no one cares.
Torbjorn Lindholm (11 days ago)
Is that doctor the actor from the Collegehumor series If Google Was a Guy?
Alan Crouch (12 days ago)
Yeah come to RSA, where the government REGULATED medicine destroying pharmacies, and the reps just go to the doctors, WITH CASH incentives.....
Dr. Ender12 (13 days ago)
8:00 Its literally called Anti-Psychotics what do you think its used for, shoving up your bumhole or something
LodanSD (13 days ago)
I unintentionally tuned out the last part of this video, then wondered why it ended!
Shelly Smith (14 days ago)
I sleep twenty hours a day on one Seroquel, every day. My four hours of being awake is over. Goodnight.
DW Beast (15 days ago)
Coconut water tastes like coconut ball sweat in all honesty.
Emmy Seay (18 days ago)
did anyone notice how weird it looked when he moved?
Prince Seokjin (23 days ago)
I had a doctor prescribe me Invega, an antipsychotic, for depression and anxiety. It ruined my life, caused me to hallucinate, stop going to school, and gain 30 lbs. 5 years later when I finally did testing to see which prescription drugs actually work for me and which will give me bad side effects, I learn that I’m also prone to adverse reactions from it. So not only was I given an antipsychotic when I wasn’t bipolar or schizophrenic, it was one that my body couldn’t metabolize properly. I suggest everyone do testing to see which prescription drugs they will have bad reactions to and which ones will work. I learned that I can’t metabolize SSRIs either, and they send me into immediate serotonin syndrome, which is life threatening. I had been on 200 mg (a very high dose) of Zoloft for 3 years and I confused hypomania for being happy and not having depression anymore, when I would constantly relapse and not be able to deal with stress. I now take Wellbutrin for depression and Buspirone for anxiety, which are drugs that are compatible with my biology and actually work for me. Plus they have the added benefit of helping me lose weight. Honestly, it’s so much easier getting tested to see which drugs you should take than trying different drugs over and over and waiting months to see if they work, then starting the process all over again. I wish it was standard practice.
Zoe Clara (23 days ago)
2:22 is one of the best jokes in the show’s history
Shilodog Smith (24 days ago)
Doctors have been bought and sold for decades.  Just another way to make money.
Clwyd Probert (24 days ago)
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MeSoCorny (28 days ago)
Ppl from outside the us keep saying here that pharma ads are banned in their countries. There’s no way they can be banned here in the us. I don’t even think bans are essential. What can be done instead are stronger standards in truth-telling and greater disclosure requirements. Plus and most important - certain financial transactions between pharma companies and doctors can be restricted.
Wylona (29 days ago)
I work in a hospital pharmacy and most of us love when a drug rep wants to stop by purely because it means free catered lunch, sometimes by a really expensive restaurant. Most of us don't even gather to listen to the pitch and the rep ends up only talking to our pharmacist director and drug buyer.
Creatively Twice (29 days ago)
Lisa Hoffman (30 days ago)
Thurs. May 24, 2018 I feel like shit every morning now, my lung is sore. It's what these things around me have wished for me since I was twelve years old as they molested my life. I'm sad, but there's a part of me that knows someone out there is fighting the good fight. These things are inherently cruel and selfish, Kathy and her 'people', who have been leeches in my life for far too long. Klingons have more character and honour than they do. It still amazes me that this race exists and is evil and cruel, because they want the right to be evil and cruel. If there are people fighting assholes like them, then there's still good people in this world. That's something at least. If these things misdiagnosed me when I felt like this years ago, its only what they planned all along. If I do have cancer they should've told me, but its not like I don't feel these things stimulating my habits every day. They planned it since I was a little girl, and I'm not scared anymore because all of them are going to get what they deserve in the end. O think Kathy got sick and deformed my breasts, even though she's been ripping me off and raping me all my life, I think Terry got sick after eating his dog or something and then my life got progressively worse. I think they're all cowards though. I'm not them, I wouldn't manipulate the way they do, I wouldn't be controlling the way they are, and I wouldn't hurt life the way they do, and I wouldn't gain vengeance in the cowardly and underhanded manner they do, without explanation. I'm not giving these sacks of shit any more blood samples. Alex wrote a song once about how they make us sick. I think these things are constantly making me sick to save themselves, and I'm done with their lies and dramas. They can go fuck themselves. Corporations could be involved, there's lots of  money in medications and they have been studying me. They could've been causing my cancer so they could invent new cures. Anything's  possible. I'm sure there hasn't been one being in my life that hasn't benefitted from my misery. Some things are simply born selfish and loveless, and I can't fight an entire corrupt government and system alone. I don't believe in karma but I hope for it.  I've  also realized they're called shapeshifters because they can look really good and then get extremely bulbous. I'm similar bitmy weight gain is due to inactivity. Kathy can look skinny, but then disappears and gets fat. She is a wolf in sheep's clothing, whereas I'm a sheep in wolve's clothing. I look rough though, I feel rough. They're killing me slowly, as they always have. It's lonely being around these things. The one thing I've learned about most of the real ones is they can never be genuine or honest or kind for any great length of time. They also always have the playground bully mentality and enjoy people's misery. That Roy guy sent me a text saying I was wrong, but its not true, I know now I'm absolutely right. Almost no one in my life was able o be nice consistently. Whoever says I have good luck is a liar and an asshole. It was bad luck that made me have to be around them all my life, but I can remember what love was and even if I can't remember my mom's face, I remember what real love is. If anyone was to ask me how I know everything became not human, my answer would be because at one time I knew love. I know this disgusting community allowed little teenagers to beat me up so they could see who cared, because I know the rest didn't. This is a sick and disgusting community and city now. They're involving little kids and it's unforgivable and evil. They hurt me to catch who cares about me, I'm sure of it, because the rest are slowly killing me and not helping me in genuine ways.
chris mares (1 month ago)
It's surprising that this isn't common knowledge
Studies from the World Health Organization & Centre for Disease Control (CDC) link Vaccinated Children under 5 years of age to more Deaths than Unvaccinated Children.
Jason Reeve (1 month ago)
drs are legalized drug pushers that dont work and the side effects are a bitch
DeYoRa 84 (1 month ago)
Oh, even here in Australia we get bombarded with these ads. The so-called "health" industry DON'T give a shit about our health, we're nothing but lab rats for Big Pharma's experiments. Bloody adverts are so annoying.
Ally Reed (1 month ago)
“Thot Leader”
GenerationX Boomer (1 month ago)
I watch Election night Media reactions twice a month to watch you all, go from chilling champagne at 5pm then, your Socialist tears & sobbing shock at 11pm.. as Obama voters in OH, MI, WI & Penn elected Trump cuz you all bitch slapped those Dems all year ...YOUR arrogance elected a MAN to replace a stuttering CHILD..whos 8 yrs fades away daily..THANK YOU smug fools!
Kenny Rogers (1 month ago)
Now I know why Advair is so fucking expensive.
Rae Hamill (1 month ago)
I've been on Wellbutrin for over a year and I wouldn't be surprised if you told me they were sugar pills.
MGD (1 month ago)
ahhh capitalism! everything for sale!
Ascent (1 month ago)
I used to give my hamsters a Cheez-It every once and a while as a special treat. They loved them. Mostly they got healthy food and treats but every now and again, a little Cheez-It feast.
Stacy Spoonley (1 month ago)
#novartis #cohen #coincidence ?
Rose (1 month ago)
Don't put your health in the hands of greedy scumbags and pop their magic pills. Exercise and vegan meals is the cure for what ails you. It takes effort and discipline but your body and wallet will thank you in the long run
Zero_degree_ Ninja (1 month ago)
where is the audio clip for 3:10 i need it
Serpens Ignis (1 month ago)
Marketing is one problem, the other is the skyrocketing price gouging these companies started to institute in the past 5-10 years. Drug prices have increased by 1000% for many brands. And a lot of the new drugs they come out with have no generic off-brand for years after the patent for it is made so you're forced to pay the $200-$1000 a month for the script or do without it until either they make a generic brand or you die from whatever is afflicting you. Pharmaceutical companies should be held to an ethical board not comprised of Doctors, Pharma reps or Lawyers.
Daniel Curtin (1 month ago)
"Cereal milk mixed with bull semen" not surprised Rehana would recognize the taste but really John you drink cereal milk.
Jackie Joseph (1 month ago)
Hari bol. Sad thing is, these funny guys are shills of the 1%, & well paid.
Member Cup (1 month ago)
They’re just selling drugs. I could do that.
HappyTreeFreak666 (1 month ago)
"Happy, horny, skinny" or the best name for a petite porn production company
Do My Nails (1 month ago)
That's because they allow all sorts of doctors to prescribe these drugs. In the old days only psychiatrists were allowed to prescribe these, but they lifted the restrictions and this has been happening more and more. Psychiatrists are trained to know how the drugs will affect each individual patient since every patient's brain works differently and they are the only ones qualified to make the determinations.
awkward april (1 month ago)
would you like to be a THOT leader
Matthew Doel (1 month ago)
Wouldn’t it be free chicken pharm? Amirite?
sᴉqɐuuɐƆ ɹɐzƆ (1 month ago)
It is no secret that drug companies spend more money on marketing their products than they do on research and development. R&D is very costly when reputable results are required for challenging the industry’s regulator guidelines, but fairly cheap for press-releasing a new product or service to mainstream-media. Beginning a statement with “new studies show” is having less and less of an effect on the average person and is meaningless to Health Canada and Provincial Colleges of Pharmacists/Physicians/Psychologists. If a study is to be taken seriously by anyone, it needs to include basic information such as: Who did the study? Who funded this study? Who is this funder affiliated with? How many people were tested and for how long? What age group and medical background did the subjects have? What other medication were they on if any? What was their daily diet? How many consumed alcohol? How much alcohol and how frequent? Allowing mainstream media to report non fact-checked medical studies to an audience who accepts them as fact is reckless and needs to be addressed by Ads Standard Canada and also Health Canada. The coming cannabis marketing guidelines will force cannabis licensed producers and others to conduct major medical studies in the next few years. These results will be used to amend cannabis introductory laws. In time, as more and more reputable studies are published, go mainstream, accepted by health professionals and Health Canada, the marketing door will be as open as it is for the alcohol or pharmaceutical industries. Bruce Berube Cannabis Industry Consultant https://www.linkedin.com/in/bruce-b-30479522/ #CredibleResearch #FactChecking #CannabisMarketing #Cannabis #CannabisResearch #AdsStandardCanada #HealthCanada #CannabisAct
Google it (1 month ago)
I work with Reps all the time (Interior Designer / Interior Architect). They take me out to lunch all the damn time. Gotta say, makes me wanna use their products (or not, because if I use their product for a big project, then not on the next project, the come back and give me more food).
Silber Wölfin (1 month ago)
That Highschool Boyfriends Comment :D
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Mohammad Shadab (1 month ago)
That High School joke 😂😂😂
Red Hood (1 month ago)
I applaud this man
Tucker Bowen (1 month ago)
15:37 hey, isn't that the chick from Full House?
RaymLovesEggs (2 months ago)
And RIRI, you're not even drinking it....
Jack White (2 months ago)
It sounds like she's saying THOT leader not thought leader
Widdekuu91 (2 months ago)
8:00 A moment for all the people suffering from Dementia, that were given an anti-psychotic that causes: mood or behavior changes, constipation, stomach pain, upset stomach, nausea, vomiting, drowsiness, dizziness, lightheadedness, tiredness, headache, trouble sleeping, dry mouth, sore throat, breast swelling or discharge, increased appetite, or weight gain. Increased suicidal thoughts and behaviour, speech disorders and so on. "Older adults with dementia may have a slightly increased risk of death when taking Seroquel. Increased mortality in elderly patients with dementia-related psychosisCerebrovascular adverse reactions, including stroke in elderly patients with dementia-related psychosis."
chris gardner (2 months ago)
...command "T" opens up a new tab? Thank you for everything jo :D
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Dissident101 (2 months ago)
The money is on the comeback.
nikolai60 (2 months ago)
This explains doctors reactions to me always saying "what can I do for this that won't involve pills?"
VandaB (2 months ago)
I was prescribed seroquel for depression for four years and it was the worst experience of my life.. most horrifying medication I've ever tried
Laurel Clapp (2 months ago)
VandaB I started having microsleeps during the day where I’d be in a class and not notice I’d fallen asleep until I woke up a minute or two later, it was the weirdest thing!
VandaB (2 months ago)
Laurel Clapp I swear to god the EXACT same thing happened to me too
Laurel Clapp (2 months ago)
VandaB I was prescribed it for insomnia and then when it made me miserable and tired during the day I got Wellbutrin added to keep me awake. It was the worst.
Alon Keren (2 months ago)
2:20 best joke they've ever made period.
Musty Custard (2 months ago)
Male feminist simps like John Oliver are annoying
NightAngelus (2 months ago)
Moms a nurse and she likes when the reps come to the office she works at only cause she usually get a free lunch out of it.
Speedbird (2 months ago)
“Thot Leaders”
rblyle382 (2 months ago)
This is why I'll never vote for anyone who has a platform of deregulation. Without regulation, the bottom feeders of society enjoy an all you can eat buffet.
WelloBello (2 months ago)
Ever had an ad that warns of worsening heart failure? How the fuck does that work? In what way can heart FAILURE get any worse? You’re heart has failed! You’re dead! There is nowhere lower than that! It cannot possibly get worse!
MorganW 893 (2 months ago)
Same as how shitty pet food brands market to vet offices, so the vets keep pushing crappy food brands on me, and they KNOW those brands aren’t good nor healthiest for my animals, just TREAT MY ANIMALS FOR GOD’S SAKE!
Marty Mc'Clarkey (2 months ago)
Is that guy at the end the Google guy from College Humor?
Ben Ward (2 months ago)
I was watching scrubs and saw the julie scene and thought...hmm I've seen that before
boashna (3 months ago)
did you say follow the money .. deep throught is back
Daniel Reader (3 months ago)
Whilst John makes extremely fair points in relation to inappropriate prescriptions, concern over off licence prescribing, and the general ethical shortcomings of US pharmaceutical marketing and research. Some of these medications when used for clinically indicated conditions by appropriately trained medics can be extremely effective and they do ultimately improve quality of life for a great many people. Seroquel (Quetiapine) and Wellbutrin (Bupropion) are both used commonly in Psychiatric practice. There is strong evidence to suggest their effectiveness for a range of conditions in both licensed and unlicensed use by respectable bodies such as the Cochrane institute, the UK National Institute for Clinical Excellent and the Maudsley guidelines for example. Whilst Quetiapine is an “atypical antipsychotic” by class, it does not function as an ‘antipsychotic’ by mechanism at low dose and has a number of applications where the risk/ benefit may be favourable for it as a potential medical intervention. Severe sleep disorders, clinically significant aggressive tendencies, Schizoaffective disorder etc.. It is commonly used “off label” in the augmentation of antidepressant treatment and this is often employed in severe cases of depression. This practice, under specialist supervision in line with the best available evidence, can and has been life saving for many with Major Depressive Disorder or Treatment Resistant Depression for example. Bupropion is described as a: “happy, horny, skinny drug” as a pure condemnation and if used inappropriately this should be a condemnation as this is an unethical use of a medication. However when clinically indicated this drug has many uses both on and off label. If you consider that in the mainstream of antidepressant treatments many incur sexual side effects (up to 73% in SSRI use according to some studies) this can be a serious consideration in the choice of antidepressant treatment by practitioners and patients alike. This is similarly true for weight gain with other antidepressants. Additionally, there is research that suggests Bupropion is one of the least likely antidepressants to cause “switch” in Bipolar Disorder and is a first line, albeit off licence, agent in the treatment of Bipolar Depression in many settings. I absolutely love John Oliver however I’ve seen this video a few times and my worry is that people will take away a mischaracterisation of these medications with them when there is a huge stigma with these types of medications already. The problem here broadly speaking is ethics, people and the influence of capital in the medical environment more generally. However, whether you agree with the use psychotropics or not, these medications have great faculty in Psychiatric practice and have ultimately saved lives when they are used appropriately; when they are clinically indicated for those that clinically need them.
Daniel Reader (2 months ago)
That sounds like really terrible prescribing, I'm so sorry you had to go through that. Quetiapine is generally pretty good as an antipsychotic, or off-label for refractory depression or aggression (because of the sedation) but it's not great as a generic sleeping tablet and shouldn't really be prescribed as one unless nothing else has worked - or for very specific Sleep Disorders, some forms of acute insomnia for example. For sleep, benzodiazepines, Z-Drugs or antihistamines are so much more effective and have far fewer side effects ✌🏼
Laurel Clapp (2 months ago)
I was prescribed seroquel for insomnia and it gave me horrible dreams and made me too tired during the day to function. After that my doctor didn’t take me off, he gave me Wellbutrin to keep me alert during the day. It was the most miserable 8 weeks of my life and I barely remember any of it.
Eccentricc Catt (3 months ago)
Nick D (3 months ago)
What the--??? How does this well researched episode square with his previous pro-vaccine show? Then why not do some research into coconut water, which is naturally sweet, delicious and has minerals (electrolyte salts) which do rehydrate naturally. This service is naturally needed where coconut palms grow as well as near everywhere else, thanks to our generally taking water and hydration for granted, tho it towers over food in our real hierarchy of needs
chanelowelove (3 months ago)
That asthma medication ruined my moms teeth 😢 she hates them for it
GameJamms (3 months ago)
yooooo its the "if google were a guy" guy!!!
Twincast (3 months ago)
13:50 Coconut water tastes terrible, yes, but what bothers me more is the claim to "hydrate naturally. from a _tree,_ not a lab." (emphasis theirs) - coconuts do not grow on trees.
uselessdata uselessdata (3 months ago)
I don't understand why John Oliver questions the pharmaceutical companies in this peace but on his vaccine peace he pushed vaccines and made fun of people who question their safty. Makes no sense..
Tait Torkelson (3 months ago)
It happens in veterinary medicine in a smaller scale as well.
Kristin _ (3 months ago)
legal drug dealers
Ares (3 months ago)
What about "Hippocratic oath". Don't they bound by ethics.
Sina (3 months ago)
So thats what happen to google!
grmmth3 (3 months ago)
I want to hear about the sex!
mdudegamer (3 months ago)
Eventually I'll have watched all of these, I'm sure. They're just so fun.
M.Devendra (3 months ago)
Never drinking coconut water again. #thanksoliver
Katherine Turney (3 months ago)
Drug companies are not the only ones using these silly techniques to pump up their reps. The mattress retailer I used to work for, which shall remain nameless, does the same thing. I wouldn't be surprised if most marketing strategies, no matter what the product, use some form of this sports-themed goofiness to promote unrealistic expectations of high commissions among their prey......OOPS! I meant sales force.
David Hays (3 months ago)
"Drug companies are like a high school boyfriends, they are more interested in geting inside you than being effective."
Dustin Langewand (3 months ago)
this Show is saddly my antidepressiva
AomiN (3 months ago)
there was one of those pharma bitches when I was waiting for check-up for driving license, in fucking Poland!, that's why I don't trust doctors, I think they are scumbags who are getting rich on people's illnesses while most of their job is writing prescriptions for commercial drugs
Meagan (3 months ago)
For a class in college, we were split into groups to debate. My group was assigned the stance "Pro Prescription Advertising", and it ended up being harder to defend than we thought, but we did our best. At the end, we shook hands with the other group and they asked us about our actual opinion, which we all readily admitted was anti prescription advertising. The more you read about its effects, the harder it is to defend.
Fien Willems (3 months ago)
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so clubo (3 months ago)
Zu Risiken und Nebenwirkungen fragen Sie Ihren Arzt oder Apotheker
EnderPryde (3 months ago)
Having worked in a doctors office as a medical records grunt. ... Yeah. Pretty much. I think only one day a week we didnt have lunch brought to us, and we'd typically have leftovers from the previous days. That said, the reps WE got definitely kept up with the science of their drugs since our docs would often ask out there questions related to medical studies, which they'd answer pretty reliably, so I'm personally not sure how widespread poli-sci majors are in their ranks.
Sprite Smith (3 months ago)
drug reps may be (and are often) rather immoral. Off Label Use As PRESCRIBED as a last ditch effort, not inherently wrong
Sprite Smith (3 months ago)
Off label uses Can be very useful. Especially if (like myself) one is unfortunately oversensitive to most medications. Now I have recently been taken off of Seroquel due to an interaction with my epilepsy medication, However. I know many people on "off label" medication for multiple reasons. Either their insurance doesn't cover the optimal prescription, OR like myself, they have a lot of drug allergies to the "popular" prescriptions and so a medication that has been specifically developed for certain uses, May have 'side effects' that are actually beneficial.
Max Levin (3 months ago)
Scrubs is a great show ;)
jayare kight (3 months ago)
My cash receptors haven't been reacting to money in my wallet due to the disease called bills. No wonder my financial relief has been all fucked up.
chaosdevil150 (3 months ago)

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