AdvaMed Announces 13 Principles For Direct-To-Consumer Advertising
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Device industry trade group AdvaMed says its new set of 13 direct-to-consumer advertising principles has the broad consensus of its members and goes well beyond requirements already imposed by FDA
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