Bill would let FDA regulate OTC drug ads

11/6/2007 | Broadcasting & Cable

The FDA would have the authority to regulate ads for over-the-counter drugs under the new "Non-Prescription Drug Modernization" bill. Sens. Henry Waxman, D-Calif., and Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., introduced the legislation weeks after an FDA panel recommended banning OTC cold and cough medicines for children younger than 6 because of concerns about safety and effectiveness.

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