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Industry Pharmacists, Regulation, and Free Speech

January 23, 2013

In theory, a recent decision by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals may change the way that pharmaceutical manufacturers promote their products. The court sided with a sales representative’s right to free speech when communicating with physicians. This result has raised some very interesting questions about FDA’s regulation of “off-label” information.

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About the Author
Jack Bradley, PharmD, JD
Jack Bradley is a pharmacist and an attorney possessing more than 20 years of experience in the pharmaceutical sector. Following a post-doctoral fellowship at Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis, Jack has enjoyed a rewarding career in the pharmaceutical industry, holding roles of increasing responsibility within sanofi-aventis and Schering-Plough/Merck. Presently, Jack is the Medical Director for North America for Sobi, Inc., a Stockholm-based company dedicated to finding cures for rare diseases.