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Galderma Acne Ingredient Switch Receives NDAC Review In April

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Executive Summary

FDA schedules an April 15 NDAC to consider whether data in Galderma's supplemental NDA support an acceptable risk/benefit profile for nonprescription use of adapalene gel 0.1.

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