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Benefit From OTC Switches Supported In Study Of PPIs' Outpatient Impact

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Proton pump inhibitor OTC switches since 2003 had a profound and sustained impact on outpatient health care visits – illustrating the potential for other switches to benefit US health care, a recent study suggests.

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