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8 New Drugs for Primary Care: Q2 2020


The first and only non-hormonal gel for pregnancy prevention, the first minocycline product for use in rosacea, and 6 more recently approved drugs of interest to primary care.

Another quarter has ended, which means Patient Care® Online has compiled another list of new FDA-approved drugs for conditions often seen in primary care. Scroll through the slides below to find details on the first nonhormonal, on-demand contraceptive gel; the first ready-to-use glucagon in a premixed autoinjector to treat hypoglycemia; a vaccine against invasive meningococcal disease; and 5 more.

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