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FDA’s Promotional Assessments Reorganized Around Specialty, Not Target Audience

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Executive Summary

The two divisions within the Office of Prescription Drug Promotion are renamed the divisions of advertising and promotion review I and II; they will each have four teams operating within them in a structure akin to the Office of New Drugs.

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