First Amendment Smorgasbord

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While we’re all waiting for the Second Circuit to decide the Caronia case – and, we hope, hold that the FDA’s prohibiting the truthful promotion of off-label use violates the First Amendment – we’d like to pass along some light reading. The current issue of Health Matrix, published by the Case Western Reserve Law School, is mostly a symposium on commercial speech and public health. It contains six articles that provide a variety of viewpoints on the First Amendment and health-related communications generally, and off-label use in particular.

Here are some brief descriptions to whet your appetite...

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