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Firms Consult FDA, Add “Do Not Use” For Under 4 To Pediatric Cold Products

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Over-the-counter pediatric cough/cold products relabeled "do not use" for children under 4 will reach shelves in the next few weeks in a voluntary program manufacturers coordinated with FDA

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