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OTC Sale Of Rx Allergy Drugs Would Be Safer, Cut Costs - Health Plan

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Nonsedating antihistamines classified as prescription drugs would be more appropriately sold as OTCs, Blue Cross of California Pharmacy VP Rob Seidman maintains in Jan. 12 letters sent to marketers of the drugs.

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