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Arthritis Is Chronic Condition Suitable For OTC Treatment, Suggests Schachtel

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Chronic conditions such as arthritis should be considered by FDA as viable OTC drug indications since many consumers already take nonprescription products for such off-label, non-acute uses, Bernard Schachtel, MD, Schachtel Research Centers, Inc., said at the Institute for International Research's Rx-to-OTC switch marketers forum in New York City Oct. 22-23.

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