Plan B One-Step Goes OTC, With Three-Year Exclusivity, Lower Age Limit
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA approved Plan B One-Step to be sold in some OTC venues to women 15 and older, lowering the age restriction and moving the product out from behind pharmacy counters. Teva Women’s Health gets three years of exclusivity for the product, based on studies of label comprehension among women as young as 15.
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