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Naloxone Still On US House Appropriators’ Radar, But OTC Access Remains Off Screen

FDA FY2022 Budget Report Comments On Switches, Acetaminophen Labeling, Homeopathics

Executive Summary

Committee report again includes item concerning FDA’s work on expanding access to opioid antagonist naloxone. It still doesn’t acknowledge agency’s interest in making drug available OTC in a nasal inhaler, but emphasizes access for pregnant and postpartum women.

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