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J&J/McNeil Consent Decree Prequel Tops OTC Stories, Switch Leads Topics In 2014

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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“The Tan Sheet” readers also made top stories of FDA’s rejection of Bayer’s petition for aspirin as primary prevention of heart attack stroke; advisors recommending FDA consider additional label warnings for OTC NSAIDS; and FDA seeking to overhaul its OTC drug monograph process to be “more agile and responsive.”

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