Labeling

Watching Your Language

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Useful Written Prescription Drug Information for Consumers: A Public Meeting

How readable do labels, inserts, and outserts need to be? 

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Devising Patient-Friendly Labeling

Compliance packaging that helps patients follow drug regimens may also make a drug brand more memorable. 

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Labeling Changes for Antibacterials

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New Labeling for Contraceptive Drugs

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NEWS

Label Design Wins Pyramid Award

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Sizing Up Labels

As labels and inserts increase in size to accommodate FDA�s labeling changes, 
companies are exploring new ways to fold and apply them to bottles and cartons.

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Adopting a Hands-On Approach to Patient Labeling

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OTC Packaging Adapts to New Labeling Requirements

Manufacturers find innovative ways to accommodate FDA's Drug Facts panel.

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Remember Me?

Translation memory is revolutionizing how companies control the quality of their multilingual labeling, while cutting costs.

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