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OTC Pediatric Acetaminophen Guidance More Flexible By Omission

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

The guidance largely tracks a 2014 draft guidance but omits statements on discouraging use of droppers as dosing devices and changes some language to clarify where firms have some leeway in stating label information.

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