US OTC Decisions In July: Labeling For Advil Sinus In 2-Count Packages, Lansoprazole, Ibuprofen
Total of approvals for label changes for three OTC products in July equals the number CDER made for nonprescription products in the same month in 2019. July updates include approval of an sNDA for labeling for Advil Sinus Congestion & Pain tablets in packages containing two single-tablet pouches.
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