India Proposes OTC List But Clarity On Pricing, Switching Pathway Awaited
India puts out rules for first set of over-the-counter drugs but provides no specifics on the pricing policy for such products or the wider switching pathway. Can the framework foster responsible self-medication and help reap value for patients in a market where the oversight of trade channels for sale of prescription-based drugs is lax?
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