Are Drug Advertisements in Indian Edition of BMJ Unethical?
BMJ (British Medical Journal). 1997 Aug 23; 315(7106): 459-460.
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Gitanjali, B.; Shashindran, C. H.; Tripathi, K. D.; Sethuraman, K. R.; Christo, G. G.; Balasubramaniam, R. (1997-08-23)
Charan, Jaykaran; Yadav, Preeti; Saxena, Deepak; Kantharia, N D (2011-07)It is observed in studies done for western medical journals that insufficient information related to drug is usually provided in the drug advertisements published in them.
Dhanaraj, Ethiraj; Nigam, Aditi; Bagani, Sanjay; Singh, Himmat; Tiwari, Pramil (2011-07)The study assessed 292 supported and unsupported claims in 102 medicinal drug advertisements across 15 Indian medical journals published in 2009. WHO ethical criteria for medicinal drug promotion were applied. None of the ...