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By Adam Chapman | 8 August 2018
‘Breaking news: Protestors from patient organizations gather en masse outside a pharmaceutical company’s headquarters wielding placards emblazoned with the words TRANSACTIONAL and TOKENISTIC.’
‘A patient expert’s contribution may not always be considered but letting them know the reasons why is essential to maintaining a healthy and transparent relationship, adds Foote.’
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