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In Consumers' Self-Care Drive, OTC Firms See Platform For Boosting Industry Trust

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Influencing consumers with facts about health care topics frequently littered with inaccurate advice from non-expert social media sources requires having trust, say consumer health business executives from Bayer, J&J, Sanofi and Taisho Pharmaceutical at the Consumer Healthcare Products Association executive conference. "From a trust perspective, I think that health care is a deeply personal and emotional issue. ... it is definitely important to be fact-based," said Katie Devine, J&J's consumer self-care business global president.

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