DTC Advertising: FDA To Follow The Eyeballs In Study Of Risk Perception
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Fictional obesity product to determine how consumers perceive both superimposed text of risk information and the MedWatch statement; study cost is $299,382.
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