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Stars on pharma's payroll

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Jim Edwards has a celebrity update!

A list of 10 stars who have been on Big Pharma’s payroll.

But before you check out Jim’s list – which provides all the answers, see how many correct answers you have, matching the celebrity on the left with the condition or the drug that they are a spokesperson for on the right.


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martine van Eijk

February 9, 2011 at 2:13 am

Great! I’m going to use that as a game in a lecture(100 first year students in journalism). See how many even Dutch students can solve.