Throughout the time we've seen print ads or watched TV commercials, there have been quite a few memorable ones that have captured the viewers' imagination. Among the ads that did catch our eyes, some of them were seen as breaking moral norms and were pushing the envelope a bit too far.
Advertising is seen as misleading if it involves false, misleading or deceptive information that is likely to cause the average consumer to act in a way they might otherwise not. Advertising may also be considered misleading if important information that the average consumer needs to make an informed decision is left out. According to data, one-third of complaints received against misleading ads come in from the healthcare sector. Read what our founder-director, Mr.Bejon Misra has to say on this apart from other details on this issue under PSM India Capsules.
The updated list of approved new drugs is available in the Drug Dopes section of this newsletter along with news on fake drugs being caught and sold in the markets of Karnataka, Bihar, Delhi and other parts of India. Read More>>>
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