Patients, analysts may be overreacting to recent drug problems

12/28/2004 | NYTimes.com · FoxNews.com

Physicians are concerned patients will abandon necessary drugs as an overreaction to recent announcements of problems found with Cox-2 inhibitors and related drugs, even though studies show most people tend to accept some level of danger to get relief. Stock analysts say investors also may be overreacting in selling off their pharmaceutical stocks, citing "the vast majority of drugs are safe" and "drug companies aren't going out of business."

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