2: Marketing of Medical / Pharmaceutical Products
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While medical and paramedical industries have developed products to address a wide variety of conditions related to aging, there is growing concern from consumer groups and the medical community regarding current marketing practices about the overuse of prescription and non-prescription drugs and other treatments that provide limited or no medical benefit. Older or Dilemma aging patients often fall prey to marketing gimmicks for treatments that fail to produce the stated results. The industry, however, argues that these treatments are revolutionary in relieving suffering.
Consider the ethical dilemmas of this case. What are the possible ethical dilemmas and implications?
In your interview, ask about the individual’s philosophy and worldview in relation to the ethical dilemma your CLC group chose for Part One of the Analysis of an Ethical Dilemma group assignment. Craft a 250-500 word summary of the individual’s response, including the individual’s identified philsophy and worldview.
Can you give the answer by next Wednesday, Feb. 3rd.