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Time To Spare? US FDA “Opioid-Sparing” Guidance May Take Longer Than Expected

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In August, it sounded like FDA was almost ready to issue guidance on “opioid-sparing” claims for acute pain treatments. After a November advisory committee meeting, that doesn’t seem to be the case.

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