WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The Nonprescription Drug Manufacturers Association here unveiled a plan to revamp over-the-counter drug labels in a seven-step process it says would make the labels more consumer-friendly. The proposal, announced last week at an NDMA press briefing, would affect every product in the $14 billion OTC industry. However, it will go nowhere unless the Food and Drug Administration agrees to implement it. The FDA is expected to decide within several months whether it will ...

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