April Facts v. April Fool's

April Facts v. April Fool's

04.01.11 | By Kate Connors

Perhaps you've seen John Mack's April Fool's post that says he's gotten a copy of PhRMA's "statement" on the Food and Drug Administration's delayed social media guidelines.

Mack's post, which presents a fictitious statement, has made the rounds this morning, underscoring the immediacy of social media.

Here is our actual statement, released yesterday.

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