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Tysabri Webcast Citation May Signal That FDA Could Treat All Social Media Interactions As Promotional; Biogen's PML Strategy Also Takes A Hit

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FDA appears to be gearing up to treat social media interactions as promotional even when they are aimed solely at informing physicians

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