allowing pharmacists to authorize the use of certain drugs previously reserved for a physician's Rx

FDA wants your input on allowing pharmacists to authorize the use of certain drugs previously reserved for a physician's Rx.

The idea is to improve access and lower health care costs.

In the past, FDA looked into whether we should have a "behind-the-counter" class of drugs that's between Rx and OTC.

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