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FDA approved Arbor Pharmaceuticals' sNDA for an OTC switch of Sklice lice treatment. As it's been prescribed since its 2012 approval, Sklice will be available as a single-use lotion for topical treatment of head lice infestations in patients six months of age and older.
Consultant Susan Levy points out Alcon’s Pataday eye drops and GSK's Voltaren Arthritis Relief as examples of effective switch advertising, marketing and management. Pfizer’s Advil line has been available far longer but also is an example of effective nonprescription brand management.
Dr Reddy’s has announced the launch of its OTC versions of Pataday olopatadine solution in the US. The firm’s entry into the OTC eyecare space follows other OTC launches of rivals to Voltaren and Nicorette earlier this year.
Japanese ophthalmic specialist picks up young private US firm and gains a small but broad set of marketed products.
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