Estonia's regulator intensifies oversight of TV drug ads after investigation reveals compliance failures
This article was originally published in SRA
Ravimiamet, Estonia's drug regulatory agency, has intensified its oversight of television advertisements for medicinal products, after finding that all advertisements televised on three TV channels in June failed to comply fully with the legal requirements for advertising medicines1.
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