• Corpus ID: 37097870

The FDA takes action against unapproved drugs.

  title={The FDA takes action against unapproved drugs.},
  author={Michelle Meadows},
  journal={FDA consumer},
  volume={41 1},
  • M. Meadows
  • Published 2007
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • FDA consumer
Most prescription drugs marketed in the United States have been reviewed and approved by the Food and Drug Administration as required by law. Thousands of unapproved prescription drugs, however, are still being prescribed and sold. The FDA, as part of its drug safety efforts, is bolstering its efforts against unapproved drugs in the United States. 
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