Govt may bar pharma firms from giving gifts to docs

October 2015
Express Pharma;10/12/2015, p1
The article reports that the Indian government is contemplating making it mandatory for all Pharmaceutical companies to comply with the Department of Pharmaceuticals (DOP)'s Uniform Code of Pharmaceuticals Marketing Practices which forbids them from offering gifts to doctors.


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