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Expanding US FDA Mandatory Recall Authority To All Drugs Gets House Appropriators’ Approval

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Appropriators’ FDA FY 2021 budget includes amendment to expand its mandatory recall authority introduced by chairman of subcommittee with oversight of agency’s budget, Rep. Sanford Bishop. He said the agency should be able to force drug product recalls as it already can for vaccines, medical devices and products containing ingredients also scheduled as controlled substances.

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