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OTC cholesterol drug proposal rejected by FDA

The FDA has rejected a proposal for an over the counter high cholesterol drug because the proposal did not have enough information and also, the product may give consumers a false sense of security.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by NPR

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About: OTC cholesterol drug proposal rejected by FDA

Date: 14 January 2005

Source: NPR

Author: Alison Aubrey


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