A new government report finds that the FDA is failing to inspect foreign drug manufacturing plants that may pose the greatest risk to public health if something should go wrong.
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Federal inspections have uncovered a number of problems at a brain-imaging center operated by Columbia University, where patients with mental disorders were injected with substandard medications.
Foreign matter that was found floating in IV bags has led to a recall for ciprofloxacin, metronidazole, and ondansetron manufactured by Claris Lifesciences.
Baxter International Inc. is recalling about 3,200 vials of Hylenex, a pediatric rehydration medication, due to glass flake contamination. Halozyme Therapeutics, a company partnered with Baxter to manufacture Hylenex, has…
A new report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) indicates that the FDA has made little progress in its oversight of post-market drug safety, despite federal recommendations made in 2006.…
A new congressional report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) indicates that the FDA has failed to follow up on unproven drugs that are put on the market through an…
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