The Spot: I Want a New Drug

Help Remedies is a different type of pharma company: one that promises you less, in strange and compelling advertising

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GENESIS: Richard Fine and Nathan Frank felt that pharmaceutical products and their marketing were needlessly complex, wasteful and confusing. They wanted to make simpler drugs, give them simpler names, put them in more inviting packaging, and sell them with more interesting ads. In 2008, they launched their own drug company, calling it Help Remedies—"instead of Sominominex or something," says Fine, the CEO.

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