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FDA DTC Study Aims To Fool Consumers, But Not Doctors, In Use Of Fictitious Drug

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Executive Summary

Study examining design of print advertisements will be straightforward with doctors that a fictitious drug is being presented, while the wording for consumers will be ambiguous.

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