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No Prescription? No Problem: US FDA Draft Rule Gives Green Light To OTC Hearing Aids

Executive Summary

FDA’s proposed rule aims to get more hearing aids into the ears of consumers who need them by allowing OTC sales of the devices. Proposal follows a a July executive order by President Biden directing HHS to issue proposed rules for OTC hearing aids within 120 days.

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