"These are part of a safety program. My money is safe... as long as you can't copy my drugs." — Bill Russo
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing presents "Funny Pharm," featuring drawings by award-winning cartoonist, Jerry King.
The winning cartoon caption will be featured on the Pharma Manufacturing website and the winner will be mentioned in upcoming enewsletters. The winner has a choice of two prizes: a coffee mug with the cartoon and winning caption printed on it OR a $20 Starbucks giftcard.
Please submit your caption to email@example.com with the subject "Funny Pharm May 2018." Thank you for your contributions!
Please note: Funny Pharma caption contests are for entertainment purposes only. Reader submissions reflect their own personal experience and opinions. Winning submissions are chosen for their humor and industry relevance; Pharmaceutical Manufacturing reserves the right to delete any entries deemed inappropriate.
So... what's Pulmonext on your agenda? — Bill Russo
These are part of a safety program. My money is safe... as long as you can't copy my drugs. — Bill Russo
We can afford samples, because the samples are paid for by our customers in the long run. — Marvin Sager
"Want samples? What do you think these are - narcotics?" — Anirban Chatterjee
Ooooo! Those look tasty. Can I try a handful?? — Kimberly Dunn
I'm doing risk evaluation, and I'm not gonna risk you getting hold of my samples. — Bill Russo
You don't need these drugs. Just get some Grassley and everything will be fine. — Bill Russo
“Please read more closely- Samples are to support PATIENT evaluations….not PATENT evaluations”! — Alex Packard
“I guess you don’t have anything… a little newer to trade, huh?” — Alex Packard
"Chumming the waters, Bixby?" — Raymond J. Lanzafame
We can't get his Revlimid and it's making us livid. — Bill Russo
This is our Maine problem. — Bill Russo
I'm trying to Wyden the space between you guys, and my samples. — Bill Russo
No, you can't Tester my samples. — Bill Russo
“We will protect our brand by giving patients a taste of our own medicine.” — Tara Bronson