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Rx Drug TV Ads Must Present ‘Major Statement’ Simultaneously In Audio & Visual Segments

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FDA’s final rule on the major statement in DTC ads includes additional standard for presenting a drug’s side effects and contraindications in a clear, conspicuous and neutral manner. Rule permits ‘creative elements’ during presentation, including upbeat music.

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