no, I looked through an assortment of your journal posts before inviting you. I know I do not like being invited to groups for just numbers sake, so I look through each person's profile before I invite them.
Normally the pharmaceutical companies choose the names for the drugs after the chemical composition, but for advertising purposes, they normally hire a group that comes up with interesting names that involve the components of the drug.
Good thinking, but it's also important to know that certain drugs have different names in different places. Acetaminophen in the US is paracetamol in Europe. Some drugs may have multiple brand names. Prinvil is also Zestril, for example.
Indeed. However, that the reason behind the multiple names is because of each pharmaceutical company's version of the product, even if it has one chemical signature different from the original product. From then on, the marketing campaigns can only be called successful if the individuals in the market remember the name of the drug, such as Zoloft, Prozac, Advair, Singulair, Nicorete, and Pristiq.