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Implementation of Consistent Language as Outlined in FDA Draft Guidance on Drug Abuse and Dependence Labeling Will Support Drug Development, Labeling and Prescriber Decision-Making

By Jack Henningfield, Karen Gerlach, Judy Ashworth, Marion Coe, Sid Schnoll Once finalized, FDA Draft Guidance “Drug Abuse and Dependence Section of Labeling for Human Prescription Drug and Biological Products — Content and Format” will help ensure more consistent language across drug products about abuse, misuse, addiction, dependence, and tolerance. Our experts in the development... Read more »... Read More >

FDA Workshop on Abuse Deterrent Opioids: Distinguishing Products in Postmarketing Surveillance to Support Category 4 Labeling

Understanding the real-world effectiveness and value of abuse-deterrent opioids depends on surveillance designed to evaluate how these formulations work in the real world, product by product, and distinguishing prescription opioids from illicitly produced street products, such as counterfeit synthetics. Drs. Sid Schnoll and Jack Henningfield both reinforced this message in a public workshop organized by... Read more »... Read More >