"We're getting new evidence to say to the patient, 'You know, you really don't need this supplement. This won't be helpful to you," Munger said. "In most cases, they'll say, 'Oh wow, I thought I was doing myself a favor. If I can save some money, I won't do it."
Despite evidence that certain drugs aren't always necessary, doctors are still prescribing these treatments, a new survey of doctors reveals.