South African marketing code may become legally binding by year-end
This article was originally published in RAJ Devices
A marketing code of conduct being developed in South Africa to curb unethical practices by pharmaceutical companies, but which is also expected to eventually cover medical device manufacturers, could be set to receive legislative recognition before the end of this year1,2.
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