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FDA Learned Consumer Protection Lesson From 2004 Flu Scare

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The roster of teams FDA assembled to respond to the 2009-N1H1 flu outbreak includes a consumer protection group to identify potentially dangerous products marketed as cures for the virus

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