UK Government Wants To Work With Industry To Identify OTC Switch Candidates
The UK's medicines regulator, MHRA, alongside other government agencies, intends to work together with manufacturers to identify Rx-to-OTC switch candidates. Switch criteria might include “different strength medicines to those available today, combination formulations, or medicines manufacturers already offer without prescriptions in other countries,” NHS England says, in its recently published “Delivery plan for recovering access to primary care.”
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