Landmark health care legislation, a newly invigorated Food and Drug Administration, and frugal, post-recession consumers all promise big changes ahead for over-the-counter medications. Not only are more products being added to shelves, industry observers believe more prescription-only drugs will be switched to the OTC side. “Think about the fact that we'll be expanding coverage to more people,” said David Spangler, senior vice president of policy and international affairs for the Consumer ...
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