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Lower Acetaminophen Doses Recommended Despite Cost Impact, Lack Of Data

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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A joint advisory committee recommended as a "top priority" that FDA lower the maximum single and daily dose of acetaminophen, despite inconclusive data that the current dose poses significant hepatotoxicity risks
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