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The Medicines (Advertising) Regulations 1994

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART I GENERAL

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation

  3. PART II Advertising—General

    1. 3.Prohibition of advertisements for unlicensed products

    2. 4.Duties of licence holders

  4. PART III Advertising to the Public

    1. 5.Scope of Part III

    2. 6.Prohibition of advertisements referring to specified diseases

    3. 7.Prohibition of advertisements for medicinal products on prescription only

    4. 8.Prohibition of advertisements relating to certain medicinal products

    5. 9.Prohibition of certain material in advertisements

    6. 10.Form and content of advertisements

    7. 11.Exception for approved vaccination campaigns

    8. 12.Prohibition of supply of medicinal products to the public

  5. PART IV Advertising etc. to Health Professionals

    1. 13.Scope of Part IV

    2. 14.Advertisements to health professionals

    3. 15.Audio-visual advertisements

    4. 16.Abbreviated advertisements

    5. 17.Exception for promotional aids

    6. 18.Written material accompanying promotions

    7. 19.Free samples

    8. 20.Medical sales representatives

    9. 21.Inducements and hospitality

  6. PART V Registered Homoeopathic Medicinal Products

    1. 22.Advertisements for registered homoeopathic medicinal products

  7. PART VI Offences

    1. 23.Offences

  8. PART VII Revocations, Amendments and Transitional Provision

    1. 24.Revocations and amendments

    2. 25.Transitional provision

  9. Signature

  10. SCHEDULES

    1. 1

      Diseases in respect of which advertisements to the public are prohibited

    2. 2

      Particulars to be contained in advertisements to health professionals

    3. 3

      Particulars to be contained in abbreviated advertisements

    4. 4

      Conditions for the supply of free samples

    5. 5

      Particulars which may be contained in advertisements for registered homoeopathic medicinal products.

  11. Explanatory Note

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