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Letter: Don’t Require Prescription for Pseudoephedrine

5.9.15 – Dave Myers, The Springfield News-Leader

With spring now in full swing, allergies are flaring up across our great state. This time of year, thousands of Missourians rely on nonprescription cold and allergy products just to get through their busy days without having to visit a doctor.

Prior to getting surgery to correct my allergic reactions, I was one of those allergy-miserable Missourians. I knew it was bad to have allergies in Missouri, and my concerns were confirmed when I saw that The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America came out with their 2015 Spring Allergy Capitals report, which listed both St. Louis and Kansas City. These rankings underscore the importance of Missourians having access to common, pseudoephedrine-based products such as Sudafed and Zyrtec-D.

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