WANTED DOCTOR / MEDICAL STUDENT TO ENDORSE PRODUCT

Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by pearce6, Feb 16, 2002.

  1. Hi we are looking for a doctor to endorse a product of ours on the internet. The product is only sold via the internet. If you are interested we are willing to pay you a fee to check out the website and then have your name on the site. If you are intereted then please contact me over e-mail for more details or ICQ. We are contacting alot of doctors so please get your replies in quickly. THIS IS A LEGIT OFFER PLEASE IF YOU CAN HELP CONTACT US

    Darren Beale ICQ 46335817 [email protected]
     
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  3. med student

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    Legit my a$$. Sorry but maybe I am to skeptical but when someone puts a post like this and does not even tell you what the product is I have to think it is a load of crap but I guess only time will tell.
     
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    This brings up an interesting topic, I think. Physicians have always avoided endorsing products because of some supposed ethical obligation to do so. That's why those toothpaste commercials always have the Dentit's recptionist (and not the dentist) recommending some product. I did see on TV the other day, though, an ad for Hydroxy-cut, one of these fad diet pills, and the pitchman was described as "Dr. Christy Lyons, MD." I'd guess in the small print at the bottom of the screen it says that MD stands for "Marketing Director," or something. Anyway, should physicians NEVER endorse products in ads? Is that any different from prescribing one drug over another? What if you REALLY believe in a product? Just something I've been thinking about... This guy's post still seems like bunk, tho...
     
  5. Very good points being made, our product certainly does work but it is a male enhancement product I will give details below:

    "Hi thankyou for contacting us our product is a "natural penis enhancement"
    product in the from of <a href="http://www.penis-health.com" target="_blank">http://www.penis-health.com</a> the member section is
    located at <a href="http://www.penis-health.com/members/" target="_blank">http://www.penis-health.com/members/</a> . The program shows natural
    exercises to help enlarge and strengthen the penis. The product is very
    popular and is shipped online.

    From a doctor like yourself we just require you to review the program, maybe
    talk to a few members and then give your oppinion. Obviously we are
    interested in positive oppinions. To show you an example of what we are
    after

    <a href="http://www.penisdevelopment.com/doctor1.htm" target="_blank">http://www.penisdevelopment.com/doctor1.htm</a>
    <a href="http://big-penis.com/docapproved.html" target="_blank">http://big-penis.com/docapproved.html</a>

    How programs are very similiar to the above two and we require something
    like this from a Doctor like yourself in exchange for a fee for your time.

    Please contact me with questions.
     
  6. med student

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    In an ideal world I think it is okay for a doctor to endose a product once they have taken the time and the effort to make sure that the product is safe and useful. The reason I use the ideal world part is I believe a doctor can make a legitamate judgement on a product but when money gets involved it can cloud a person's judgement. But if you think about it doctors endorse products everyday but on just a smaller scale. Right now I am in a peds office and the doctor is constantly telling parents that she likes/dislikes a product and that they should switch products. This is considered completely appropriate because money is not clouding the doctors opinion. So I think it is possible a doctor can endorse a product but they must be extremely careful to do it on the product's merits for both their own integrity and that of the profession.
     
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    </font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif"> our product certainly does work but it is a male enhancement product </font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Okay now I am sure it is a load of crap.
     
  8. med student = so before you have even tried anything u wont even consider whether it works? Take a look at
    <a href="http://www.peforum.net/forum/" target="_blank">http://www.peforum.net/forum/</a>
    <a href="http://pub14.ezboard.com/bpeforums" target="_blank">http://pub14.ezboard.com/bpeforums</a>

    These are NONE commercial forums that have thousands of people that have tried our program and programs like ours that have worked for them. Are they all wrong and u right?
     
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    All I can say is that 85% of the adult male population uses "exercises to help enlarge and strengthen the penis" but most of us call it what it is masturbation.
     
  10. lol med student , the fact you will be a future doctor is scary. You disregard anything you dont understand, dont even investigate the evidence put in front of you and give an oppinion based on little knowledge.

    not good. I fully believe in our program and I challenge any doctor to provide me with reasons why thousands of people claim my site worked for them - if as MEd states all my site shows is "how to masturbate".

    What an ignorant view.
     
  11. med student

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    Okay here is the point you can claim you have thousands of people who endorse your product but the wonder of the internet could allow you to make up 1000 people who don't exist and hope that this would help sell your product/program. The reason I can say for sure that you product is bs is because you are coming here begging for endorsements instead of actually meeting doctors in person to show them the hard evidence (ie legitamit studies) instead of some phony website. Now that I have been drawn in to this useless discussion time to go study.
     
  12. Read the evidence u have in front of you.
     
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    :rolleyes: one thing this web site is good for - a huge laugh!! i especially like the "companies" icon - ha! are there really that many men out there that are unhappy with their penis size? Oh and by the way, on your website it says, "When you get an erection, your brain releases a hormone which sends blood to your penis, filling your erectile tissue". if you're trying to be scientifically accurate, the vasodialation that perfuses the corpus cavernosa and corpus spongiosum is mediated by the autonomic release of nitric oxide (not a hormone) . ever hear of a drug called viagra? :p
     
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    This thread is being closed in this forum and being moved to the advertising thread.

    To the original poster - please do not cross-forum post as all duplicates will be deleted and please place advertisements in the correct forum
     

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