Do you think a pharmaceutical manufacturer or its employees/representatives, should be allowed to discuss “off-label” use of medicine with doctors? Why or why not?

In Chapter 6 of the textbook, the authors discuss administrative agencies. If you consider Chapter 4 of the textbook, the authors of the textbook set forth the Constitutional powers of the government and the protections individuals and businesses receive under the Bill of Rights. Here is an article concerning the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), which is a federal agency, and “off-label” discussions of prescription drugs.( https://www.acepnow.com/article/u-s-constitution-vs-fda-off-label-discussions-no-longer-faux-pas/ Answer the following questions: )What law allows the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to regulate medicine (per the news article)? How do Congressional Enabling Acts impact what an administrative agency can and cannot do?What part of the Constitution is at issue per the news article?Do you think a pharmaceutical manufacturer or its employees/representatives, should be allowed to discuss “off-label” use of medicine with doctors? Why or why not?