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DTC Fines May Be More Useful To Advertising Opponents Than An FDA Ban

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Opponents of direct-to-consumer television ads will be better off with FDA having authority to fine companies for false and misleading television ads than they would have been if the agency was given the power to simply ban such ads, according to Scott Lassman, former Senior Assistant General Counsel at Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America

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