DTC Regs: Merck Study May Seal Fate Of "Dual Modality" Risk Presentation
A Merck study could tip the argument against FDA requiring that direct-to-consumer broadcast ads present the major statement of risk information in both audio and video format
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Merck study reverses the conclusion of the firm’s earlier research and finds that the simultaneous presentation of risk information in audio and text format boosts consumer recall.
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DTC Proposed Rule Leaves Room For Creativity In Meeting Standards
Agency says it will be flexible in assessing if risk information in consumer-focused ads are "clear, conspicuous and neutral," but proposed rule also seeks comment on whether such information should be presented simultaneously in audio and video format.