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OTC Label Two-Column Format Is "Significant Space Saver" - CHPA

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The use of a two-column format in the "Warnings" section of OTC drug labels would allow for more information in the "Drug Facts" section and help solve some of the space problems created by FDA's OTC labeling final rule, the Consumer Healthcare Products Association says in a May 6 letter to the agency.

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