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Healthy Skepticism Library item: 8551

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Publication type: Journal Article

Barbieri J.
New prescription drug labeling requirement
US Pharmacist 1979 Aug; 4:19-21


The FDA’s final regulation issued in August 1978 requiring all manufacturers of prescription drug products to include information on the manufacturer’s drug label advising the pharmacist of the specific type of dispensing container needed to maintain the identity, strength, quality, and purity of the drug product is discussed. The requirements, rationale and special problems presented to the dispensing pharmacist by the regulation are described.


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