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Rx Drug Promotion: Inclusion Of Extensive Risk Info In Twitter, Google Ads Has Potential Drawback

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US FDA study of character-space-limited prescription drug communications finds consumers may be less likely to click on a link for more risk information if the promo already has substantial details.

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