China Warns Drug Makers Against Unsafe Drugs To Earthquake Area
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
China's State FDA warned domestic drug makers against donating unsafe drugs to deal with the earthquake disaster in Sichuan Province. A spokeswoman said pharmaceutical companies that donate counterfeit or substandard drugs would be dealt with severely. She noted drug makers already have donated more than $24.3 million worth of drugs and medical equipment through the SFDA, which has stationed supervisors at the plants of the makers of drugs most in need. The agency also has ordered daily reports on food and drug safety in all of the earthquake areas. (Click here for more
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