GlaxoSmithKline Pays $750 Million Over Tainted Drugs - The New.
Oct 26, 2010. Glaxo to Pay $750 Million for Sale of Bad Products. Among the drugs affected were Paxil, an antidepressant; Bactroban, an ointment;. The company said the problem had involved only one plant that was closed in 2009. Apr 13, 2014. Drug firms have used dangerous tactics to drive sales to treat kids. and antidepressants, a December 2009 report from the nonpartisan. strategy for the company, one that helped propel Paxil to $2.7 billion in sales in the. Jul 4, 2012. In January 2009, the Department of Justice announced. Avandia, for example, racked up $10.4 billion in sales, Paxil brought in $11.6 billion.
Drug Companies & Doctors A Story of Corruption by Marcia Angell.
Jan 15, 2009. Paxil is one of the drugs about which unfavorable research has been. million a tiny fraction of the more than $2.7 billion in yearly Paxil sales about that time. 'Drug Companies & Doctors' An Exchange February 26, 2009. Feb 24, 2010. In 2009, we saw GSK return to sales growth. Our strategic. of sales to genericisation in the US market in 2009. expired. Seroxat/Paxil.