Several pharmacy organizations expressed their strong support for the Food and Drug Administration's proposals to make over-the-counter medicine labels easier to read and more inclusive of pharmacists. Among other things, the FDA wants the phrase "ask your doctor or pharmacist" to appear on OTC labels, instead of the current phrasing, which is "ask your doctor." The National Community Pharmacists Association, based in Alexandria, Va., announced its strong support for explicit recognition ...

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