Before Asking FDA For Novel OTC Switch, Be Sure DFL Alone 'Can't Get There'
"You need to demonstrate to the best of your ability that you can't get there with just the Drug Facts label," says ONDP Director Theresa Michele during presentation on the FDA office' work over the past year at Consumer Healthcare Products Association's annual regulations and science conference.
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The “Nonprescription Drug Product with an Additional Condition” for OTC use proposed rule would add to drug firms’ workloads for some OTC switches. Along with NDAs, sponsors would need to show a DFL isn’t sufficient to ensure a consumer can appropriately self-select and use a drug OTC and how an “additional condition” system would work.
OTC drug development and marketing consultants spoke with HBW Insight about FDA’s “Nonprescription Drug Product with an Additional Condition for Nonprescription Use” proposed rule. In first of two articles, they discuss proposed rule’s likely impacts on industry and remaining concerns around incorporating extra-label information in drug labeling.