Drug Product Recalls in 2014 Categorized by Problem Area
This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet
This comprehensive table provides key facts at a glance for every one of the 1,335 drug recalls FDA reported last year, grouped into seven main problem areas. For each recall, it says what product was recalled, what company manufactured it and recalled it, how seriously FDA rated the health threat the recalled product posed, and what reason the company gave for recalling the product.
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