South African marketing code may become legally binding by year-end
This article was originally published in SRA
South Africa’s Department of Health could be set to grant legislative recognition before the end of this year to a marketing code of conduct that aims to curb unethical practices by companies such as giving healthcare professionals lavish gifts1,2.
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