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Oxytrol For Women Gets OTC Green Light As Rare First-In-Class Switch

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FDA approved Merck’s overactive bladder drug Oxytrol for Women for OTC use, despite concerns raised by the Nonprescription Drug Advisory Committee in November. The company plans a launch in the fall.

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