ViiV Wants FDA, Not NAD, To Handle Dispute Over Its Dovato HIV Drug Ads
National Advertising Division refers Gilead’s challenge of ViiV’s advertisements to the FDA and FTC after ViiV declines to participate in its review. Gilead says the ads claim Dovato is superior to its HIV drug Biktarvy, while ViiV suggests a review would amount to second-guessing the FDA.
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