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No GRASE For Ibuprofen, No Future In OTC Internal Analgesic Monograph

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet & The Rose Sheet

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Nonprescription products containing ibuprofen can now only be marketed in the US through NDAs. No companies took advantage of a proposed ibuprofen addition to the the internal analgesic, antipyretic and antirheumatic OTC monograph, issued in 2002.

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