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FDA to Examine Self-Screening to Treat Disease

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will hold public hearings on whether drugs commonly prescribed for high cholesterol, high blood pressure, migraine headaches and asthma should be available over the counter. Scripps cardiologist Matthew Lucks, MD, discusses the possible pitfalls of this with the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Read more of the full article at: FDA to Examine Self-Screening to Treat Disease

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