For prognosticators looking into the future of over-the-counter switches for prescription drugs, the climate appears positive and the sun is shining on the crystal ball for more new products. "We can look forward to the appearance of new, novel self-care technologies that will further empower the consumer such as non-sedating antihistamines, cholesterol-lowering drugs, topical steroids for allergy," said R. William Soller, senior vice president and director of science and technology, ...

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