Pfizer CEO responds to Joe Rogan | Albert Bourla and Lex Fridman

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Albert Bourla is the Chairman and CEO of Pfizer.

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  1. There is a reason we no longer have “drug rep lunches” at work: There is clear evidence that even small gifts and benefits DO result in bias. We literally researched ourselves, said “Yep. This is too strong an influence”, and got rid of the practice. The culture has changed drastically in the last twenty years precisely because we learned how influential those things are.

    Drug company ads are a multibillion dollar industry. They have TREMENDOUS influence on their media partners. Intentional or not.

  2. This guy as a CEO "is regularly featured by CNBC and The New York Times and makes weekly posts on LinkedIn promoting Pfizer's work." But obviously, according to him, this is not aggressive enough.

  3. Hey Lex, do more home work or have more interesting guests this sucks bro The United States and New Zealand are the only two countries in the world where direct-to-consumer (DTC) advertising of prescription drugs is legal. Why wasn't that question asked?

  4. Just looked at the veterinary doctor's background, and it's clear why Israel is so heavily married to Pfizer on these jabs. Surprised conspiracy theorists aren't banging on about this tbh

  5. Yea this just makes Pfizer seem even less trustworthy. Sponsoring news outlets and podcasts who should potentially be critical of Pfizer is a huge conflict of interest. The fact that he doesn't see that is terrifying.

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