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Will Influences Behind US FDA's Delayed Approval For OTC Plan B Also Shadow ‘Plan A’ Switch?

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FDA history with emergency contraceptives and opioid overdose antidote naloxone doesn’t assure Jeffrey Singer, Valley Surgical Clinics founder and advocate for making more drugs available OTC, the agency will approve HRA Pharma's NDA for OTC 0.075-mg norgestrel.

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