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Another Nitrosamine Impurity Found In Valsartan; ‘Low’ Cancer Risk Seen

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Zhejiang Huahai has detected a second probable carcinogen in valsartan API it manufactured. Meanwhile risk analysis suggests cancer risk from the first probable carcinogen is low, at least so far.

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