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Lou's reply-FDA rules

Posted by Lou Pilder on September 8, 2015, at 6:20:17

In reply to Lou's reply- SLS, posted by Lou Pilder on September 7, 2015, at 20:37:20

> > Please do not accuse me of doing anything illegal without citing points of law or FDA regulations.
> >
> > This is supposed to be a forum of support. Either stop accusing me without evidence, or endeavor to enlighten me. You seem incapable of doing either.
> >
> > In what ways do I "promote" terazosin?
> >
> > You seem unable to provide evidence for your statements against me. I therefore ask you to please do so in the future, or, alternatively, not accuse me of anything at all.
> >
> >
> > - Scott
> Scott,
> Not complying with the FDA rules for advocating a drug is not a crime. You can find these rules in a search such as:
> [what are the FDA rules for advocating a drug?]
> Lou

When a drug is promoted on social media it has rules to follow by the FDA. These rules are to protect readers from being misled in thinking that there is no risks involved in taking the promoted drug so that there is to accompany the promotion of the drug with particular statements. One such is to warn readers of the potential dangers of the drug in question as Scott says that the drug {works well}, which is a promotional statement for that drug. Hers what the FDA means by the following example




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