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NDAC meeting on calendar

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FDA tentatively schedules a joint meeting of the Nonprescription Drug Advisory Committee and the Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee Sept. 14, the agency's Web site says. If the meeting is scheduled, the subject will not be known until FDA posts a Federal Register notice or updates meeting materials on its site. NDAC last met in June 2009, also with DSRM and the Life Support Drugs committee, to discuss acetaminophen (1"The Tan Sheet" Jan. 4, 2010, In Brief)

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