Connecticut Attorney General Blumenthal9s Citizen Petition Regarding Thalidomide-Associated VTE Redux: Patient Safety Concerns Still Persist.

@inproceedings{Mckoy2009ConnecticutAG,
  title={Connecticut Attorney General Blumenthal9s Citizen Petition Regarding Thalidomide-Associated VTE Redux: Patient Safety Concerns Still Persist.},
  author={June M Mckoy and Monica Boen and Dianne Deleon and Josephine Louella Feliciano and Daniel Mark Courtney and Charles L Bennett},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract 3990 Poster Board III-926 Background In 2005, the first ever Citizen Petition filed by a State Attorneys General, Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, requested that the FDA adopt 6 measures to improve VTE prophylaxis and patient safety of thalidomide (thal). While 4 recommendations were accepted, the FDA refused to mandate a Phase IV randomized, controlled trial designed to identify the best VTE prophylaxis stating that substantial data already existed, but no specific prophylaxis was… CONTINUE READING

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