Pfizer multivitamin TV ads mislead consumers about healthy diets, says UK watchdog
TV advert claims for Pfizer owned Centrum multivitamins that used EU-approved health claims were still misleading because they did not make clear that a balanced diet could be achieved without supplements, the UK advertising watchdog has found.
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#1 Mar 24, 2013
False reports by a medical or pharmaceutical industry (includes Mental Health) should result in a court hearing followed by a fine (adjusted to 50 percent of corporate profits) paid over a four year period of time with the death penalty being provided to the CEO and second in command of the corporation, if guilty, within 6 months. Don't want to have anymore Vioxx or mind drugs in the market place or bogus mental health diagnoses.
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