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After 10 Years, US FDA ‘Additional Conditions’ Proposed Rule Offers ‘Novel Switch’ Pathway

Executive Summary

Publication of "ACNU" proposed rule wasn’t reached in straight line and featured coining another term with more of a regulatory sound, “NSURE,” and detours on explaining where the agency wouldn’t steer OTC drug manufacturing and marketing.

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