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Comparative Claims In Product Promotions: FDA Isn’t Entirely Leaving It To Firms To ‘Duke It Out’

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Four years after Woodcock’s famous comments, OPDP notes it is evaluating comparative claims as indicated in a recent untitled letter. DOJ is also looking at comparative claims. New FDA guidances are in the works, but it remains unknown when they will issue.

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