Social Media: Use Of Influencers In Drug Promotion Requires Guardrails, Experts Say
Careful identification and vetting of spokespersons, training on FDA regulations, and development of content that conveys the typical patient experience are keys to successful and compliant influencer campaigns, advertising, legal and regulatory experts told a recent DIA conference.
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