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Improving Drug Safety – Without FDA: HHS Adverse Event Report Focuses On Other Agencies

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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HHS is declaring a priority of reducing the burden of adverse events associated with three large classes of drugs: opioids, antidiabetics, and anticoagulants. And, at least in its draft action plan, FDA is not the central actor.

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