Analgesic Alcohol Warning Compliance Date Extended By Six Months
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA has granted an industry request by allowing six extra months for compliance with the analgesic alcohol warning requirements in a final rule scheduled to be published in the Federal Register March 17. The new compliance date is Oct. 22, a year after the final rule was published ("The Tan Sheet" Oct. 26, 1998, p. 3) (see related story, p. 3). Originally, companies had been given six months to comply, ending April 23.
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