Pfizer-sponsored ads draw fire in Korea

Korea's medical association is in hot water for letting Pfizer sponsor its anti-smoking campaign because the ads don't disclose the sponsorship. The ads were also criticized as surreptitious marketing for Champix (a.k.a. Chantix), the company's stop-smoking, even though they never mentioned the product. Report

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