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OTC Industry Standardizes Pediatric Liquid Acetaminophen Concentration

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Over-the-counter drug firms will make single-ingredient liquid acetaminophen pediatric products only in one standard concentration to help prevent dosing errors, their trade association said May 4.

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