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Senate OTC Monograph Bill Boosts Industry Hopes For Passage This Year

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Senate legislation to reform the US OTC monograph process mirrors the House draft proposed in January, including a two-year market exclusivity provision for some products. The Consumer Healthcare Products Association says it is working with legislators and is encouraged a reform bill will pass this year.

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