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FDA’s Label Conversion Project Would Revise Data As Well As Reformat

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Executive Summary

Solicitation asks for contractor to reformat labels to physician labeling rule format, including updates with new information from literature; generic companies like contractor, while brands say it will be resource-intensive for industry and FDA.

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