And you’ve heard the horror stories about Propecia. You want to keep your hair, but not if it costs you your penis. In this post, I’ll review the facts about Propecia, while attempting to separate the truth from the fiction. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, Propecia or generic finasteride slows hair loss in 88% of men. I’ll also: I cite my sources throughout this post, and I encourage you to review some of the data for yourself. If you’re suffering from hair loss and wish to do something about it, I suggest you seek treatment from a qualified professional. It stimulates regrowth in about 66% of men as well (source). So there’s an excellent chance Propecia can, at the very least, help you maintain the hair you have. The initial studies on Propecia found that the drug was safe and effective. Side effects were rare, reported in about 2% of patients. Now, I’ll go over two of the most pertinent, long-term studies on Propecia, in plain English! Five Year Propecia Study This was perhaps the most significant, long-term study on Propecia. You are the marketing director of Propecia, a new drug for hair restoration that's about to hit the market. How about attempting to influence the wives or barbers of balding men? But the drug can only be purchased via a physician's prescription. All these issues and more faced Tom Casola, who in 1997 was heading the Propecia marketing effort for the drug maker Merck & Co. The case was discussed by audience members at the 5th Annual Alumni Healthcare Conference on November 6, 2004; HBS assistant professor Marta Wosinska led the conversation. The Propecia launch came at a time of regulatory change, which made advertising of prescription drugs to consumers more feasible. But Casola had to consider three limitations on such advertising: In addition to marketing directly to consumers, Casola would also consider strategies for Merck's more traditional marketing channel of selling direct to physicians, using the company's army of field representatives. The problem of so-called "detailing" to physicians was that the sales reps have literally a few minutes or even seconds to pitch directly to the doctor, and are selling three Merck drugs at a time. Given the Food and Drug Administration's advertising restrictions, what kind of advertising should Merck pursue, Wosinska asked the audience: product claim, reminder, or help-seeking?
Gary Esse of Madison Classics started working on cars when he was 13 years old at his Father’s gas station in Madison, WI. One day on the way home from Hersey, PA, Gary started thinking that the Midwest needed a show like those found in Pennsylvania. As his interest in cars grew, he began buying and selling cars and parts on a regular basis. Being a vendor himself, Gary understood what it took to put together a solid show, and with support of his wife La Rhee and close friends Madison Classics was born. Chevy parts had become the way he supported his family. Since then, the Madison Classic’s line of car shows has evolved into some of the Midwest’s largest Auto Swap meets, drawing crowds from all over the United States. Being a family business, Gary, wife La Rhee and their three sons, Paul, Erick, and David each played key roles in the growth of Madison Classics. Together, the family has transformed Madison Classics into a career for all three sons. In March of 2011, La Rhee passed away after a seven year battle with cancer. Each Madison Classics event features a giant Cars for Sale Corral with 100’s of cars for sale. Domestic and foreign cars and trucks from all years, makes and models will appear in the Cars for Sale Corral. You’ll find everything from complete show quality vehicles to economy priced project cars. The show affords many local collectors the opportunity to sell the same day so bargains are often found. Cost is $60.00 per weekend at Spring/Fall Jefferson and $50.00 per weekend at Summer Elkhorn. All Car Corral fees include driver admission for the weekend and a On Line Listing!
*per evening, based on two person occupancy ($20 per person/day over minimum of two)All prices exclude GST and PST$25 pet charge per day $150 deposit (for total est. charge less than $500) $250 deposit (for total est. charge $1001-2500) Rates based on 2 person occupancy (basic) Rates for additional guests, 12 years of age and older are $20.00 All cabins have a private fire pit, picnic area, chairs and free firewood! *Park fees and boat launch fees are extra *Rates/price are subject to change. *Guests are responsible for entire length of Booking. Please bring your own bedding and bath towels Deposits Deposits are payable upon booking. A 10% administration fee will be charged for all reservations cancelled 30 days ahead of arrival date. No refunds for cancellations, changes, alterations made within 30 days of arrival date. Modern filleting facilities are located at the boat launch. Each tablet of 'Propecia' contains 1 mg of finasteride as the active ingredient. Excipients with known effect: Each tablet contains 110.4 mg of lactose monohydrate. This medicinal product contains less than 1 mmol of sodium per tablet. 'Propecia' is indicated for the treatment of men with male pattern hair loss (androgenetic alopecia) to increase hair growth and prevent further hair loss. 'Propecia' is not indicated for use in women or children and adolescents. Posology The recommended dosage is one 1 mg tablet daily. There is no evidence that an increase in dosage will result in increased efficacy. Efficacy and duration of treatment should continuously be assessed by the treating physician. Generally, three to six months of once daily treatment are required before evidence of stabilisation of hair loss can be expected. If treatment is stopped, the beneficial effects begin to reverse by six months and return to baseline by 9 to 12 months.
Dec 12, 2016. Review some of the key studies on Propecia, in plain English with no. As is the case with any prescription medication, Propecia has many. Propecia CaseAnalysis Group10 - Free download as Word Doc /.docx, PDF File.pdf, Text File.txt or read online for free. Propecia Case Analysis.