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Learning from Vioxx

November 14, 2006

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THE RECALL in 2004 of Vioxx after the arthritis pain reliever was found to cause heart attacks and strokes is just one example of a drug that the Food and Drug Administration approved but then failed to monitor closely enough after it was on the market. Providing the agency with the resources and the authority needed to better ride herd ... (Full article: 460 words)

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