Health Canada reviewing DTC rules

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Health Canada, the Canadian counterpart to the FDA, is reviewing rules on DTC with a view toward modernizing Canada’s Food and Drug Act, according The Toronto Star. Canadian law allows only reminder ads mentioning brand but not indication and disease awareness ads.

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