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Why The US FDA Requested Ranitidine Withdrawal; How Other Withdrawals Could Follow

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Agency worried what might happen beyond expiry or room temperature to generate carcinogenic impurities in ranitidine; will guide assessment of nitrosamine risks in other drugs.

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