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Prescription for Harm: The Decline in FDA Enforcement Activity
Henry A. Waxman (ed)
The Food & Drug Admin. (FDA) was created 100 years ago to protect the public from dangerous food & drugs. Enforcement actions against purveyors of contaminated or unsafe products played a central role in the agency’s effectiveness. This report examines how the Bush Admin. has carried out the FDA’s historic enforcement responsibilities. It is the result of a 15-month investigation that included a review of thousands of pages of internal agency enforcement records. The report finds that there has been a precipitous drop in FDA enforcement actions over the last 5 years. In some cases, FDA headquarters rejected the enforcement recommend. of FDA field offices despite findings by inspectors that violations led to multiple deaths or serious injuries.
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