Thursday, October 8, 2009

Feeling Down?

Hot off the fax machine! Invite to a drug company dinner meeting about Cymbalta.

With a typo...

It says the topic is "Treating Depression with Cumbalta"

16 comments:

Amy said...

How bad is it when you can't spell your own drug correctly?

Lilorfnannie said...

Oh my goodness, that actually made me "laugh out loud"-

I think that is the companion drug to Fukitol (still waiting for that scrip Doc) ;-)

Anonymous said...

Whoa!

cadaverchronicles said...

The misspelling almost made me laugh out loud in, oddly enough, my graduate Neuroanatomy course. Thanks for the smile!

MomNurseWife said...

Oh god...that is just too easy. It must come in oral suspension.

Grumpy, M.D. said...

MomNurseWife- YOU WIN! That comment is AWESOME!

CK Lunchbox said...

I think I know what that nurse was up to now.

"oral suspension" that is classic

The Good Cook said...

oh. I just threw up a little in my mouth

ERP said...

Can you write my wife an Rx for that?

MJH, CPhT said...

Oh, the nostalgia. We used to have a "Kum&Go" gas station in our little town and the local newspaper ran an ad for them that said (more or less) "Cum & Go: Fast, friendly, inexpensive service twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week!" It was awful.

Anonymous said...

Not sure how I feel about this, as I'm taking Cymbalta, and they can't even spell their own drug's name correctly on a mass fax.. xD

Qex said...

Well, a good jolly rogering is a good treatment for depression, isn't it?

KC in Fla said...

Oh god...that is just too easy. It must come in oral suspension.

MomNurseWife wins the internets tonight!

And Dr.Grumpy owes me a keyboard!

Theresa said...

Do you think whoever wrote that typo is so depressed that he now has to get his own prescription?

ER's Mom said...

Oral suspension and rectal supppositories!

Nurse K said...

It works on fibromyalgia...as suspected, fibromyalgia appears to be a disease of middle-aged women who just need to get some Cumbalta in their oral orifice (or anywhere else for that matter).

 
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