Contamination shuts down generic drug maker

  • Article by: KATIE THOMAS , New York Times
  • Updated: November 29, 2012 - 8:00 PM
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frankofrankoNov. 30, 12 6:18 AM

Why is anyone even taking this junk anyhow? It's just a scam to make your #s look good without looking at the whole picture. In a way this will probably save people.....

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oimmigrationNov. 30, 12 7:54 AM

This is what you get when you outsource everything, outsource America to China and India. Something has to give and that is safety and quality. Safety and quality suffers and people die because of this, because its profits before safety. It should should be safety before profits. I thought only low tech and low wage jobs were being outsourced to China and India??? Not true as this story confirms. Complain to your leaders in Washington, because your life may depend on it.

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oimmigrationNov. 30, 12 7:59 AM

Its like the Wild West over in China and India, for the most part unregulated and buyer beware. I personally would not take any RX drug or vitamin made in China and India. And many are made there today in whole or in part. So beware of the risks!

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oimmigrationNov. 30, 12 8:09 AM

Buy made in the USA. Bring the manufacturing jobs lost to China and India back to America. Not only will safety and quality improve, so will unemployment and wages and our huge state and federal budget deficits. It was a big mistake for our government to let this happen to our country. Shame on them.

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oimmigrationNov. 30, 12 8:18 AM

franko: #s dont lie. So it must have some value to the people who use it. Lowering cholesterol levels total and LDLs, and raising HDLs lowers the risk of heart disease. The question here is the safety and quality of the product. And yes the whole picture of the patient is important too.

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oimmigrationNov. 30, 12 8:24 AM

Complain to your leaders in Washington, the regulators, because your lives and livelihoods depends on it.

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