Canada Trims Red Tape Around OTC Switches As Part Of Agency Cuts
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The process of switching drugs Rx-to-OTC will be streamlined as part of the government’s budget cuts. Health Canada, which must save $200 million annually by fiscal year 2014-15, also is tweaking its regulation of natural health products.
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