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UK antifungal switch

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Galderma's Rx anti-fungal nail treatment Loceryl Nail Lacquer (amorolfine hydrochloride) is suitable for sale in the UK without a prescription because its topical application results in "very low" systemic absorption of the active ingredient, the firm says in a consultation document issued by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency July 18. The firm hopes to switch the Prescription Only Medication (POM) to Pharmacy (P) status under the name Curanail Lacquer. The product is applied to the nail once weekly and has been "widely used for many years and has a good safety profile," the company states. The comment deadline is Aug. 30...

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