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due by noon tomorrow.Minimum 2pages businessethics-3447133.docx Business Ethics From Boatright (2012) Case Study: A Whistle-Blower's Quandary [Chapter 4, Case 4.3, pp. 86-88] Read the case study as presented, and address the following. 1. Summarize the case, and describe the participants. 2. How are diverse dynamics of ethics in the organization reflected in this case study?
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3. Describe at least two ethical theories that can be related to this case study. 4. Define the concept of whistle blower, and research and discuss the lessons of real cases of whistle blower. 5. Discuss the implications of the case with relationship to discrimination and Affirmative Action. 6. Discuss the implications of the case with relationship trade secrets and conflict of interest. 7. Use a minimum of two references from business ethics journals. 8. Submit the paper following APA standards. 9. Use the traditional introduction, body, and conclusion outline. CASE 4.3 A Whistle-Blower’s Quandary
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As a vice-president for Pharmacia (which was acquired by Pfizer in 2003), Dr. Peter Rost was in charge of worldwide marketing for the drug Genotropin, which is a synthetic human growth hormone that is used to treat a limited range of hormonal deficiencies in children and the elderly. 42 Beginning in 1997 and continuing to 2003, Pharmacia aggressively promoted Genotropin for conditions beyond those for which the drug had received approval from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Physicians may legally prescribe an FDA-approved drug for such “offlabel” use, but pharmaceutical companies are strictly prohibited from any promotional activities designed to encourage physicians to prescribe a drug for any but approved uses. However, Pharmacia attempted to persuade physicians to prescribe Genotropin for short children without any hormonal deficiency as well as for elderly patients as an antiaging therapy. Among the means used to increase prescriptions
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