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A Drug I'm Taking was Just Issued a Black Box Warning - What Does That Mean?

A Drug I'm Taking was Just Issued a Black Box Warning - What Does That Mean?

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Attorney Nicholas Warywoda of Parker Waichman discusses black box warnings on prescription drugs.

When a prescription drug manufacturer has to post risks of the medication, they are responsible for putting out warnings. However, if the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) deems that the company isn't giving sufficient information, the will issue a black box warning on the offending drug. We can help you understand what to do if a medication you or a loved one is taking is given a black box warning. Watch the video now to learn more.

 

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