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The company will no longer hire doctors to promote its drugs and will stop tying drug rep pay to number of prescriptions written.
In a major departure from industry practice, GlaxoSmithKline, the sixth-largest global drug maker, announced Tuesday that it will no longer hire doctors to promote its drugs. The company also will stop tying