14 January 2010

Safety issues frequently emerge after a drug has been introduced to the market. These concerns arise either through ongoing clinical research or adverse events reported by post-market surveillance of the drug. The FDA can act upon this information in a number of ways. It can choose to remove the drug from the market or it can issue an advisory to physicians, the strongest of which is a "black box" warning which appears on the drug label.

How they so love to trivilize... 
Examining The Impact Of FDA Safety Warnings 
I mean, think about it.  If they're concerned warnings aren't working, they probably aren't.....  or there's just TOO much money to be made by selfish ingrates who keep breading the masses to have slaves...

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These are the thoughts and feelings as they happen. The subject matter and verbage may be of a more mature nature, and may be considered sensitive by some. In respect for that, I shall try to remember to give headers (with some space before post) and attempt to just "suggest" sensitive verbage.

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