DRUG MARKETING REGULATION AND APPROVALS SHOULD BE SEPARATED BY "FIRE WALL," ADVERTISING ASSOCIATION URGES IN LETTER TO COMMERCE COMMITTEE CHAIR BLILEY
FDA's drug approval activities should be separated by a "fire wall" from drug marketing regulation, the American Association of Advertising Agencies recommends in a legislative proposal for reform of FDA's role in pharmaceutical marketing and communications.
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