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Extra-Label Communication Could Foster Novel Switch NDAs – Industry Attorney

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Executive Summary

FDA has several avenues to foster more novel Rx-to-OTC switches, including allowing extra-label communications beyond the packaging, similar to dispensing labeling used by a pharmacist, to be part of an approval.

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