Want To Promote Off-Label? Pick Your Battlefield
This article was originally published in Scrip
US drug makers everywhere owe Amarin Pharmaceuticals a big pat on the back for challenging the FDA's threats of bringing misbranding actions against manufacturers that seek to promote their drugs for off-label uses, said Philadelphia lawyer James Beck, counsel in the life sciences industry group at Reed Smith.
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