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ID:

81

Date:

2004-12-16

Headline:

Many FDA Scientists had Drug Concerns, 2002 Survey Shows

Reporter's name:

Marc Kaufman

Delay/denial:

No

Lawsuit:

No

Fees:

No

Media outlet:

The Washington Post

City:

Washington, DC

Summary:

In a 2002 survey, many Food and Drug Administration scientists said they had been pressured into approving a new drug and doubted FDAs ability to monitor drugs once they are on the market or to assess safety, documents released to the Union of Concerned Scientists and Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility showed and The Washington Post reported.

Keywords:

drug safety; effectiveness; quality; Union of Concerned Scientists; Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility


Agencies:

HHS

States:

US

Categories:

health care


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