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Pharma Firm ISO OTC Switch Partner; NDA Experience, Resources Needed

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet

Executive Summary

Success in OTC switches can hinge on finding the right partner, say switch consultants during a CHPA webinar. Due diligence in negotiations can help determine if a potential partner is the right fit for the time- and labor-intensive processes.

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