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Regulatory Science Society Says “No” to Off-Label Info Supply by Drug Reps Conditionally OK’ed in Draft MHLW GLs

August 24, 2018
Sales reps and marketing staffers should not be supplying information on unapproved drugs and indications even at the request of healthcare professionals, the Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Regulatory Science Society of Japan (PMRJ) said, opposing the health ministry’s plan to…

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