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Hearts, Minds, and Maladies: Toward a Critical Theory of the Commodification of Pharmaceuticals
Unformatted Document Text:  22 industry in late capitalism. It comprises an initial exploration of the terrain and is a first step toward a more detailed theorization of the communicative, cultural and economic elements of a complex and persistent trend. References. Adams, Chris. 2002. FDA cuts back on warnings as critics see enforcement easing. Wall Street Journal, 1 October. Arnst, Katherine. 2002. A real blowup in biotech. Business Week, 4 February, 66-68. Beatty, Sally. 2002. PBS and corporate underwriters: Too close for comfort? Wall Street Journal, 11 July, B1. Begley, Sharon. 2002. What goes into and brand name? A letter at a time. Wall Street Journal, 31 August, D1. Bravin, Jess, Gautam Naik and Chris Adams. US supports Glaxo, asks judge to rethink blocking of Paxil ads. Wall Street Journal, 21 August. Burton, Thomas M. 2002. Reigning in drug advertising. Wall Street Journal, 13March, B1. Carey, Alex. 1997. Taking the Risk Out of Democracy: Corporate Propaganda versus Freedom and Liberty, edited by Andrew Lohrey. Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press. Carey, John and Amy Barrett. Drug prices: What’s fair? Business Week, 10December, 61-70. Carroll, Jill. 2002. Prescription-drug spending jumps 17%. Wall Street Journal, 29March.

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industry in late capitalism. It comprises an initial exploration of the terrain and
is a first step toward a more detailed theorization of the communicative, cultural
and economic elements of a complex and persistent trend.
References.
Adams, Chris. 2002. FDA cuts back on warnings as critics see enforcement
easing. Wall Street Journal, 1 October.

Arnst, Katherine. 2002. A real blowup in biotech. Business Week, 4 February, 66-
68.

Beatty, Sally. 2002. PBS and corporate underwriters: Too close for comfort? Wall
Street Journal
, 11 July, B1.

Begley, Sharon. 2002. What goes into and brand name? A letter at a time. Wall
Street Journal
, 31 August, D1.

Bravin, Jess, Gautam Naik and Chris Adams. US supports Glaxo, asks judge to
rethink blocking of Paxil ads. Wall Street Journal, 21 August.

Burton, Thomas M. 2002. Reigning in drug advertising. Wall Street Journal, 13
March, B1.

Carey, Alex. 1997. Taking the Risk Out of Democracy: Corporate Propaganda versus
Freedom and Liberty
, edited by Andrew Lohrey. Urbana and Chicago: University
of Illinois Press.

Carey, John and Amy Barrett. Drug prices: What’s fair? Business Week, 10
December, 61-70.

Carroll, Jill. 2002. Prescription-drug spending jumps 17%. Wall Street Journal, 29
March.


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