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Pregnancy Labeling Changes May Spur Research, FDA Says

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Executive Summary

Final regulation eliminates use of letter-based categories to designate level of risk during pregnancy and lactation; in a change from the 2008 proposed rule, information relevant to drug effects on reproductive potential will now be housed in dedicated section.

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