CVS has stopped carrying widespread chilly medicines following an FDA report concluding they’re ineffective.
Based on Ars Technica, FDA advisory panel concluded unanimously that phenylephrine, a typical decongestant, doesn’t truly work. Consequently, CVS has determined to drag medicines utilizing the ingredient.
“We’re eradicating a small variety of oral decongestant merchandise that comprise phenylephrine as the one energetic ingredient from CVS Pharmacy shops however will proceed providing many different oral cough and chilly merchandise to fulfill client wants,” CVS stated.
The corporate didn’t give any further particulars concerning a timeline for the removing.