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A Drug was Approved by the FDA... It's Safe, Isn't It?

A Drug was Approved by the FDA... It's Safe, Isn't It?

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Attorney Nicholas Warywoda of Parker Waichman explains how the FDA may approve a drug but that does not mean it's safe.

When drug manufacturers develop a new drug and put it out into the market, it is approved by the FDA for the public. However, the testing is done by the manufacturer -- not by the FDA, so their approval doesn't mean safety. The FDA will issue warnings for drugs that have shown a much larger risk than previously known or if the drug company does not warn the public properly of the drug's side effects. Watch the video now to learn more.

For more information about prescription drug laws and our firm, visit our educational website at Medical Malpractice. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at (800) 800-9797. I welcome your call.


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