Plan B could get conditional approval in May

04/29/2004 | Reuters

The CEO of Barr Pharmaceuticals said the FDA is likely to give conditional approval in May to switching the controversial morning-after contraceptive pill, called Plan B, from prescription to over-the-counter status. The FDA announced in February it would delay until May 21 its decision on the issue, and Barr CEO Bruce Downey said any further delay would only center on negotiations over label language.

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