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    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is best known for its role on protecting the health of the public by making sure that food, medications are safe and effective. Especially when it comes to the pharmaceutical industry, its mission is to regulate pharmaceutical manufacturers, as well as the drug approval process. However, in the recent years, many arguments and controversy regarding drug development and regulation have risen. Drug advertisements make false and misleading claims, products are

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    Food and drug administration is a department of U.S health and human services. It’s responsibility is to test the safety and efficacy of new drugs entering the market as well as to make sure that these medicines are quickly accessible to people. The Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act has been passed in 1938 to ensure that foods other than meat, poultry and fish are clinically hygienic and safe to eat. This act also requires that the food should be labelled according to its content. (FDA.org) Drugs and

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    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for protecting and promoting public health through regulating pharmaceutical drugs, biologics and medical device in context to granting approvals for marketing authorization, surveillance of the clinical trial study of the drug, post-marketing surveillance of the medical product, etc. The Pharmaceutical companies seek for FDA approval for a new drug to be marketed through a long process. This process starts with applying an application known

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    In 2008, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of Moxatag, a once daily extended release formulation of amoxicillin, for the treatment of streptococcal pharyngitis. The clinical study results indicated that Moxatag was as safe and effective as penicillin V, the first drug of choice for the treatment of pharyngitis (Infectious Disease Society of America, 2013). Moxatag is the only once daily medication FDA approved for the treatment of pharyngitis. The manufacturer claims that

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    Federal Agencies For my research on a Federal Agency i chose the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).The reason i decided to choose this is because food and drugs or medication are involved in our daily lives.The Food and Drug Administration is responsible for the safety of the people.They are the main people that we rely on for the safety of good food and medication.The FDA is who allows the medication and food to go out on stores to be sold,they make sure this are safe for use and consumption by

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    Bennett Ms. Romine ENG 1010 4 December 2015 The Flawed Food and Drug Administration The Food and Drug Administration dates back to the late 1840s, though it did not adopt that name until 1930. The first act if the FDA as it is known today was officially established in 1906 with the passage of its first piece of legislature. was the passage of the 1906 pure food and drug act, which prohibited the interstate commerce of misbranded food and drugs, and thus establish the FDA . It was established by the

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    The Food and Drug Administration was founded on June 30, 1906 by then US president Theodore Roosevelt and Harvey Washington Wiley. It was formed as a response to serious abuses that were taking place at the time. In the government structure the FDA is a federal independent executive agency so that means that it is like a cabinet but it doesn't have the statues that some other agencies would have. And now I will go over why the FDA is necessary and what they do in it. A job of the FDA is ensuring

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    To begin we will be discussing the federal Agency called food and drugs administration better known as FDA. As a federal agency the FDA has a lot of responsibility with regulating food and drug safety. The FDA works to provide good medical services and insured food products. The FDA works to support our country so that we can live peacefully and healthily but they don't just stop there they wish to help other countries and have even expanded there work to other countries such as China and Costa

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    According to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the definition of a drug includes the following; “a substance recognized by an official pharmacopoeia or formulary. A substance intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease. A substance (other than food) intended to affect the structure or any function of the body. A substance intended for use as a component of a medicine, but not a device or a component, part or accessory of a device. Biological products

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    The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for protecting and promoting public health through regulating pharmaceutical drugs, biologics and medical device in context to granting approvals for marketing authorization, surveillance of the clinical trial study of the drug, post-marketing surveillance of the medical product, etc. The Pharmaceutical companies seek for FDA approval for a new drug to be marketed through a long process. This process starts with applying an application known

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