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Discussion in 'Galderma' started by Anonymous, Feb 2, 2012 at 10:58 PM.
I can't believe we are copromoting with them ? Is that drug any good ?
OMG The Medi rep told me she heard we bought it from them ! It's for
brittle nails and works AWEsome I heard from a few Doc's.
Someone said it stings. Is that true?
GREAT. Just in time for sandle and beach weather. Bring it on ! ! !
BYE BYE PSORIASIS AND NASTY TOENAIL FUNGUS. IT'S GREAT CLEARING FOLKS
SKIN CONDITIONS UP.
Good opening. We can treat your patients from head to toe with Clobex and Genadur.
Buy everything. Buy it up. Yes .
Our DM siad we can make $8000 a quarter extra and it wil be based on dollar attainment instead of actual vs quota. Pretty sweet.
Yes it stings.
The stuff flies off the shelves in Virginia and Maryland.
Those rep's are going to be 14k.
I have often thought about what it would be like to sell GENADUR.
This will be my ticket to inner circle. My docs love that stuff!!!
If I am not mistaken, I believe Galderma owns this in Europe with a different trade name.
I hope so, I think it Rocks.
YES > it now makes sense why Cetaphil was moved to Galderma, so we have the room
for GENADUR in secondary or tertiary position.
What's the efficacy?
Topical Nail treatments are so 1982.
Beepers are so 1982 not Genadur. It has a superior efficacy and tolerability than any competitors. It h as an IGS scale of > than 14% affected in two 40 week Randomized
MultiCentered double-blind studies with over 513 patients.
Get a life.
Who new ?
Does it come with a brush ? How do you apply it? I have been looking for samples since
the cat got out of the bag about the co-promo, but can't seem to find a sample anywhere.
Do they leave it with podiartists too?
Please advise, I am so curious about Genadur. It sounds like a FUN drug to detail.
does anyone feel dizzy from time to time? let me know.
My aunt gets dizzy and uses Genadur. Is that why ? Please advise
Medimetrix doesn't even have a company board
how good could Genadur be?