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Rx Antihistamine Switch Consumer Cost Increases Unlikely, Insurer Tells FDA

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Switching Rx low- and non-sedating, second-generation antihistamines over-the-counter is unlikely to increase out-of-pocket costs for U.S. consumers based upon OTC pricing of the drugs in foreign countries, a health insurance rep told FDA June 29.
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