ASA: “I wish I had breast cancer campaign” did not breach guidelines
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ASA: “I wish I had breast cancer campaign” did not breach guidelines

23 Apr 2014 | Alice Sharman

The Advertising Standards Agency has not upheld criticism over a series of controversial adverts by Pancreatic Cancer Action.

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ASA: “I wish I had breast cancer campaign” did not breach guidelines

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