Many Americans assume that the Food and Drug Administration adequately tests new drugs for safety before they go on the market and become available to the general population. If your doctor prescribes a new drug to help you lower your cholesterol or help you quit smoking, then that drug must be safe, right? The answer is a surprising, and disconcerting, NO. Trials for new prescription drugs that are vying for a place in the market focus on efficacy rather than safety. If pre-market clinical tests find a drug to be effective and that drug does not appear to be unsafe, ... Read More
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