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Manufacturers Consider Design Changes For OTC Propylhexedrine Nasal Decongestant Inhalers

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"Manufacturers are already working on possible solutions to address the concerns and will work with the Agency to implement any appropriate measures,” says CHPA senior VP  Barbara Kochanowski.

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