Fertility Clinic advertising on the Web: more Concerns about direct-to-Consumer Pharmaceutical Ads

What’s wrong with Fertility Clinics and Online Advertising

What’s Wrong With Fertility Clinics and Online AdvertisingDid you know the United States and New Zealand are the only nations that permit direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical ads?

Sadly, these clinic sites too often try to influence consumers with misleading information about their ability to create successful pregnancies.

DES Action USA commentd: ” Infertility plagued many DES Daughters and now there’s growing concern it may also be an issue for DES Granddaughters. Here’s fair warning about fertility clinic cute baby photos and glowing stats. Regulators are asleep at the switch on this type of advertising “.

Read What’s wrong with Fertility Clinics and Online Advertising.

Sources Direct-to-Consumer: Fertility Clinic Advertising on the Web.

2 thoughts on “Fertility Clinic advertising on the Web: more Concerns about direct-to-Consumer Pharmaceutical Ads”

  1. Reblogged this on michellegilstrap and commented:
    DES was a drug used on many women who were infertile now there may be more drugs used on women that may be just as bad and regulators are now watching close enough. Read this blog post.
    michelle

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