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OTC label warning consolidation raised at OTC "feedback" meeting.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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OTC LABEL WARNING CONSOLIDATION FLOATED AS POSSIBLE SOLUTION to the space problem expected by industry from FDA's proposed requirement that labels be printed in a minimum type size of 6 points. At a May 8 OTC "feedback" meeting, Nonprescription Drug Manufacturers Association Senior VP and Scientific & Regulatory Affairs Director William Soller, PhD, asked FDA whether overcrowding might be addressed by "further" consolidating warnings by, for example, merging two warning subheadings on one line.
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