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McNeil “Drug Facts” Booklet Pouch Labeling Proposed For Two-Count Sizes

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

McNeil Consumer Healthcare is requesting a six-month deferral from the OTC labeling final rule requirements to implement "booklet pouch" labeling for two-count sizes of five products

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