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OTC TOPICAL ERYTHROMYCIN WOULD LEAD TO INCREASED BACTERIAL RESISTANCE

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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OTC TOPICAL ERYTHROMYCIN WOULD LEAD TO INCREASED BACTERIAL RESISTANCE to the antibiotic, a joint FDA advisory committee unanimously agreed on Nov. 16. Members of FDA's Dermatologic & Ophthalmic Drugs, Anti-Infective Drugs and Nonprescription Drags Advisory Committees voted 15-0 that switching topical erythromycin to over-the-counter status for the treatment of acne would lead to increased bacterial resistance to the drug.
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