Ethics professors touts the benefit of disease awareness ads

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A University of Tennessee ethics professor told attendees at a Rutgers lecture that pharmas should switch from branded ads to disease awareness advertising. Denis Arnold, director of the Center for Applied and Professional Ethics, said standard branded promotions are “inappropriate” because they fail to convey enough risk info.

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