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Prilosec OTC Forced Name Change Rejected As FDA Clears Pending Petitions

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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A lack of data supporting consumer confusion claims between nonprescription Prilosec and the eponymous Rx version is cited by FDA in a letter denying a citizen petition. The petitioner sought an agency-mandated name change

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