Bausch’s Duobrii Promos Censured For Excluding Risk Info, Making Misleading Superiority Claims
Bausch gets an untitled letter from the US FDA criticizing a video and webpage promoting its psoriasis lotion. The agency also objects to superiority efficacy claims based on post hoc analyses of a single phase II trial after expressing similar concerns to the company two years ago.
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