Drug Promotion: Consumers Prefer Live Action Over Animated Characters In TV Ads
US FDA research finds consumer attitudes are more positive when animated characters personify drug benefits or sufferers, rather than representing the disease itself; OPDP staff also present research on consumer understanding of oncology endpoints and prescribers’ ability to detect deceptive ads.
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