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In Brief: OTC labeling

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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OTC labeling: Emory University School of Medicine, Texas Panhandle Poison Center and Washington Poison Center submit separate objections to FDA's proposal to delete from OTC product labels the recommendation to call a poison control center in the event of an overdose. The commentors maintain that advising consumers to "get medical help right away," the proposed wording, may encourage people to go to hospital emergency rooms without first checking to see whether the overdose is medically significant. FDA published the proposed OTC drug labeling reg in the Feb. 27 Federal Register ("The Tan Sheet" March 3, pp. 1-9)...
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