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US FDA Details Trials To Evaluate New Drugs' Potential Interactions With Heartburn Remedies

Concerns In Draft Guidance Are Second Strike Against Heartburn Drugs In A Year

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Draft guidance on testing investigational drugs for drug-drug interactions with ingredients used in antacids, histamine H2-receptor antagonists and proton pump inhibitors points to including labels warnings on the new drugs about their concomitant use with the heartburn remedies.

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