A Texas congressman is questioning why the FDA waited six months to seize lots of contaminated heparin from an Ohio company, according to CNN Money. Earlier this year, the FDA recalled lots of heparin manufactured in a Baxter International Chinese plant after batches were found to have been contaminated with over-sulfated chondroitin sulfate. The FDA recall was the result of an investigation into the deaths of more than 80 people and illnesses of hundreds more people after receiving doses of heparin. CNN Money reports that the recall process is voluntary. Companies are not required to immediately comply with the FDA’s ... Read More
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