Thursday, October 1, 2009

Not Tonight, I've Got a ??? Ache

This invitation to an upcoming drug company dinner talk was forwarded to me today.

Generally you don't see this combination of topics.


15 comments:

DK @ Knucklehead! said...

I'm guessing it's some sort of cost-saving measure.

Could be worse.

"A Completely Foolproof Method of Birth Control"

and

"What to Expect When You're Expecting"

Gert said...

That just seems bizarre.

Anonymous said...

bwahahaha!
that doc is a pharma shill for sure.

Does GSK mean to imply that most providers don't focus on the patient when treating HSV?

CardioNP

Anonymous said...

That's way too funny, Dr G. So if you ask a male, how's your head? He'd have to take time to think, which one? Are you going?

signed, mm

The Binceya Man said...

"Neurologists! Tired of watching all that lucrative STD business go to the urologist down the street? Learn how you can get in on the action! Call now for our free* information kit! Operators are standing by!"

*Shipping, handling, processing, and other miscellaneous fees may apply.

erichollins said...

So, migraines cause genital herpes? OK, I can see the connection.

Dragonfly said...

Bell's palsy, yes. Herpes "down there...... Discordance.

The Mother said...

As a former migraineur, I can assure you that there is no connection between the two conditions whatsoever.

No woman with a migraine would let a man within a ten mile radius of her nice, quiet, dark bedroom.

Anonymous said...

The only qualified expert in both areas would be Dr Dickhead.

ERP said...

Just in case migraines get boring, Herpes is bound to please!

ER's Mom said...

Can I go too? Please?

snicker...

OMG, my word verification in woody. I shit you not.

Grumpy, M.D. said...

Woody? Oh that is freakin' AWESOME!

ER's Mom said...

Yeah, I thought so too.

danielle said...

And only in the medical field would it all be discussed over dinner! LOL - I guess that covers it all from head to ????

Anonymous said...

prolly to sell you on Treximet and whatever new isomer they're making for Valtrex....

 
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