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Waiting For Congress: Reforming, Paying For FDA OTC Monograph Program

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet

Executive Summary

FDA officials emphasize that without legislation from Congress, the OTC monograph program is not changing, and without a user fee program, the agency couldn’t implement changes.

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