Americans Have Doubts About Fast-Tracking FDA Drug Approvals: Poll
The public is also in support of banning prescription medicine ads from TV, according to the survey from STAT News and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Public Wary Of Faster Approval Of Drugs, STAT-Harvard Poll Finds
A majority of Americans opposes federal regulatory changes to speed up the development and approval of new medical treatments, a new STAT-Harvard poll finds — suggesting the public has serious doubts about legislation now moving through Congress. (Nather and Kaplan, 5/11)
Americans Oppose Fast Approvals, Want Drug Ads Off TV: Survey
Those "ask your doctor about ..." drug ads on TV? Americans are asking not to see any more of them. A majority of Americans would favor banning prescription drug advertisements on television, a new poll released Wednesday suggests. (Mangan, 5/11)