FDA Budget Reaffirms Commitment To OTCs, Reduces Supplement Programs
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA hopes to increase the number of over-the-counter drugs on the market as part of its long-term goal to provide consumers with safe, effective and affordable drugs, the agency states in its fiscal year 2007 budget request presentation
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