Cold Sore Ad Claims Review Poses Test For OTC Monograph Indications
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Council of Better Business Bureaus forwards review of ad claims for Aubio Life Sciences' monograph cold sore treatment to US FDA and FTC, after firm rejected advice to discontinue certain claims. Initial challenge was brought by GSK, which markets an NDA cold sore product.
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