Food and Drug Administration falls short on Drug Safety Regulation ; proving FDA Ineffectiveness

FDA LACKS COMPREHENSIVE DATA TO DETERMINE WHETHER RISK EVALUATION AND MITIGATION STRATEGIES IMPROVE DRUG SAFETY

Food and Drug Administration falls short on Drug Safety Regulation ; proving #FDA IneffectivenessAfter allowing the diethylstilbestrol Diethylstilbestrol, Journal of a DES Daughter logo first world’s drug disaster, here is another “evidence” that the Food and Drug Administration does NOT protect us from harmful drugs !!!

The FDA program that monitors drug safety risks is ineffective because drug manufacturers fail to comply with the program and the agency fails to enforce it, according to a government report.

Read OIG: Drug REMS Falling Short by Kathleen Struck, Senior Editor, MedPage Today, 02.14.2013.

FDA LACKS COMPREHENSIVE DATA TO DETERMINE WHETHER RISK EVALUATION AND MITIGATION STRATEGIES IMPROVE DRUG SAFETY, Department of Health and Human Services, 2013.

Author: DES Daughter

Activist, blogger and social media addict committed to shedding light on a global health scandal and dedicated to raise DES awareness.

5 thoughts on “Food and Drug Administration falls short on Drug Safety Regulation ; proving FDA Ineffectiveness”

  1. Food itself is a drug if exceeds the limits of intake, A fully stuffed belly needs to relax to digest. Drug makes you relax and effects the nerves system.
    Veenaga Bhushan

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