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Pandemic Could Turn Supplement Firms To Drug Production, Helping Fill Public Health Gaps

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The Covid-19 pandemic could push food and supplement manufacturers to switch to manufacturing OTC or Rx drugs to help fill public health gaps, says a former deputy director of FDA's Office of Dietary Supplement Programs. Many marketers are well equipped to make OTC drugs, he added in FDLI webinar.

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