If a drug company promotes Off-label marketing of prescription drugs, it can be deemed fraud.

Off-label marketing of prescription drugs:

“Off-label marketing” means that a drug is promoted for a use that was not approved by the FDA, such as marketing a drug designed for adults to be used by children. Another example is recommending a higher dosage than is approved. Healthcare employers and healthcare whistleblowers are on the lookout for drugs being marketed for off-label use to increase in revenue dollars for the drug companies. 

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