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597

We have Data on File that was part of an NDS, but was not explicitly included in the TMA. We feel Health Canada has 'accepted' this DOF, by virtue of related label negotiations and direct correspondence. What type of proof would PAAB require to consider use of the DOF in APS: Sponsor Regulatory confirmation, Sponsor correspondence with Health Canada, contacting Health Canada directly on behalf of the Sponsor, etc?

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596

A disease-state piece includes mention of treatments in a balanced manner. It is distributed to consumers as a Consumer Brochure and technically exempt. Can this same piece be distributed to HCPs, or would it have to be revised to meet Editorial APS requirements? Does the content and/or level of detail dictate this?

595

Will PAAB approve MOA comparison around selectivity in an unbranded leave behind - content is not from individual TMAs but from recent post-NOC invitro peer reviewed paper?

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594

For non-prescription marketed health products, is it a requirement to include a product's DIN or NPN on an advertisement/promotional piece directed at a healthcare professional?

593

We would like to do an unbranded piece based on treatment guidelines. There are no Canadian treatment guidelines for this disease. Can we use a European guideline (not for a particular country but from a European society (endorsed or recognized by an authoritative medical body)? Can we use two guidelines together, the European and the US guideline? If some of the products are not authorized in the same way in Canada as recommended in the guidelines, should we not mention that use or we should clarify that is not the way that is indicated in Canada? Thank you for your help.

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591

HI PAAB, when a drug goes from pre-NOC to NOC, is it possible to use the wording "Now Approved In Canada". Also, if this is marketed to general population, does it need PAAB approval? Thanks

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590

Hello, We plan to create a survey to gather statistics on lifestyle habits and general knowledge of the respondents on a virus in order to use the said metrics in a promotional tool, in the vaccination field. 1000 respondents is the usual number needed to produce relevant or serious statistics. The question is: As per PAAB's guidelines, is there a minimum number of respondents needed in a survey to be able to use the statistics produced by it in promotional tools. Thank you

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589

Hi there, I am currently creating a slide deck that the reps will use with their customers, and I am wondering how PAAB would like market research to be referenced? Is the project name, source, and date sufficient, or is there more information that PAAB requires? Thanks!

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588

I would like to clarify the requirements for a PAAB material review in relation to a US-only promotional symposium at an international congress held in Canada. Our US colleagues would like to host a learning theatre program on a product that is approved for use in both the US and Canada. If the program is US-developed (independent of Canadian input) and presented to a US-Healthcare professionals audience only, is the material developed subject to PAAB review? A few mitigation steps would be in place: • All learning event promotional tools (such as the invitation) will state that Canadian physicians and any Canadian healthcare professionals (HCPs) will not have access to this event. • A check-in safeguard system will be set up at the entry of the event (such as checking and scanning the badges) to ensure access is only granted to US-HCPs. • A disclaimer will be included at the bottom of each slide of the presentation clearly stating that all information is based on the US prescribing information • The local internal review team will review and attest to the presence of this disclaimer before the slide deck can be used at the event. Thank you in advance.

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