American Medical Association voices liberal views on DTC (direct-to-consumer) advertising
This article was originally published in Clinica
The largest medical group in the US has rejected a proposal to abolish direct to consumer advertising (DTC), but has agreed to call for a disclaimer on drug and medical device advertisements that inform patients that a physician might recommend another product.
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