Most docs support scaling back direct-to-consumer drug ads

06/4/2013 | Independent Voter Network

A study by CMI/Compas found that most doctors believe in the need to cut back on direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical advertising because it is not strictly regulated, encourages excessive use of the drugs and eventually raises health care costs. Supporters say direct ads boost patient-doctor discussions and teach patients about their options for treatment.

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