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US Would Cough Up As Much As $31bn More For Rx-Only DXM Over 10 Years

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A study the Consumer Healthcare Products Association commissioned finds OTC access to the cough suppressant dextromethorphan will save consumers between $22bn and $31bn through 2025 compared to a scenario of the product moving to Rx-only.

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