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Fortacin: EMA Recommends Fifth EU-Wide Rx-to-OTC Switch

Executive Summary

Premature ejaculation treatment Fortacin is set to become only the fifth drug to achieve an Rx-to-OTC switch through European Medicines Agency's centralized procedure, expanding the burgeoning OTC men's sexual health category. 

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EMA's CHMP is considering an EU-wide switch of premature ejaculation drug Fortacin, with applicant Recordati eyeing a January 2021 launch for the OTC treatment.

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