Heparin Crisis Spurs Changes In FDA Emergency Response Policies
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Internal and external evaluations of FDA's handling of the heparin contamination crisis of early 2008 have led to changes in the agency's emergency response strategy and a new policy on emergency collaborations with outside experts.
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