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FDA’s Ganley “Disappointed” By Competitive Pain Reliever Marketing

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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FDA OTC head Charles Ganley, MD, chastised OTC pain reliever marketers for airing comparative DTC ads in the wake of COX-2 safety concerns during a speech May 6 at the Consumer Healthcare Products Association Regulatory & Scientific Conference in Washington, D.C
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