Media Advisory - CUPE National President Paul Moist to denounce Direct to Consumer Advertising of Prescription Drugs



    OTTAWA, Nov. 14 /CNW Telbec/ - Paul Moist, national president of the
Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), will speak to the dangers of Direct
to Consumer Advertising (DCTA) of Prescription Drugs, as part of Ryerson
University's Ethics Network Speaker Series.
    Mr. Moist will share his analysis on Thursday at noon in Toronto at The
Arts & Letters Club.

    
    WHAT:   CUPE National President Paul Moist to warn against Direct to
            Consumer Advertising of Prescription Drugs

    WHERE:  The Arts & Letters Club
            14 Elm Street, Toronto (between Yonge & Bay)

    WHEN:   Thursday, November 15, noon - 1 PM

    Free admission.
    

    CUPE is Canada's largest union with 560,000 members across the country,
including 170,000 workers in the health care sector.




For further information:

For further information: Catherine Louli, CUPE Communications, (613)
851-0547; Sébastien Goulet, CUPE Communications, (613) 808-0675

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