Delayed season, children's niche impact cough/cold market

Scalise, Annette
January 2001
Drug Store News;1/15/2001, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p31
Trade Publication
Deals with the factors that affect cough and cold market of over the counter drugs. Delay of the season; Withdrawal of phenylpropanolamine-containing products and flu vaccine shortages; Why suppliers and retailers are looking at the market segment of children.


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