Court Wants Defense Of Acetaminophen Pregnancy Warning, US FDA Provides Research Review
Review makes clear FDA’s thinking on safety acetaminophen use during pregnancy, but likely won’t sway federal judge from her conclusion that a warning about risks of in utero exposure could be added to drug containing the ingredient and available under an OTC monograph without violating FDA regulations.
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