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Updated Plan B Lawsuit Could Expand Emergency Contraceptive Switch Targets

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

Executive Summary

The Center for Reproductive Rights plans to revise its 2005 complaint against FDA seeking OTC access to emergency contraceptives. In addition to adding HHS Secretary Sebelius as a defendant, CRR may ask for OTC sales of second-generation Plan B One-Step since the original product is available only as generics.

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