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Peeling Back the Onion

Executive Summary

Statistical approaches to looking beneath the surface of the overall market can provide useful insights into the responsiveness of particular products to adjustments in promotional levels. One approach involves examining substantial changes occurring at the level of those physicians exposed to changes in promotion levels for specific products.

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