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FDA on the Offensive Overseas | IVT

The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) (1) gives FDA authority to regulate food, drugs, and medical devices, among other products. New provisions are added from time to time—or existing ones enhanced or expanded—to enable the agency to better do its job. Yet, we have had several instances of product contamination including Baxter International’s heparin and a range of other products manufactured in China. One recent example dates to May 2007 when FDA found a poisonous chemical, diethylene glycol (DEG), in certain toothpastes (2) imported from China. The agency increased...

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