Contraceptive labeling uniform comparative efficacy claims to be required by FDA.
CONTRACEPTIVE COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS LABELING TO BE REQUIRED by FDA within the next several months. The agency is in the final stages of developing a format for the data tables, which are intended to make it easier for consumers to compare the effectiveness of different types of drug and device contraceptive products.
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