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"Formaldehyde, borax, salicylic acid. Today, these chemicals are used in embalming fluids, cleaning supplies, and acne medications. But in 1900, they were routinely added to food that Americans ate from cans and jars. Often products weren't safe because unregulated, unethical companies added these and other chemicals to trick consumers into buying spoiled food or harmful medicines. Chemist Harvey Washington Wiley recognized these dangers and began a relentless thirty-year campaign to ensure that consumers could purchase safe food and drugs, eventually leading to the creation of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, or FDA. Acclaimed nonfiction and Sibert Honor winning author Gail Jarrow uncovers this intriguing history in her trademark style that makes the past enthrallingly relevant for today's young readers"--Amazon.
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Intelligence Squared U.S., the Oxford style, three-on-three debate series is produced by the Rosenkranz Foundation in New York City. These debates are produced for radio by WNYC, New York Public Radio, and distributed nationally by NPR. The programs reach a wide audience and attract as speakers the top experts, specialists and passionate advocates for both sides of each issue.
Intro: FDA Debate (3:40) -- FDA Debate "Housekeeping" (5:54) -- For the Motion: Dr. Scott Gottlieb (7:03) -- Against the Motion: Dr. Jerry Avorn (6:40) -- For the Motion: Peter Hubert (7:49) -- Against the Motion: Dr. David Challoner (7:49) -- Understanding FDA Drug Trials (4:27) -- FDA Fast Track (3:57) -- Accelerated Approval and Public Safety (2:06) -- FDA Uncertainty (3:10) -- FDA's Role (4:03) -- FDA Approval Rates (3:10) -- Accelerated Drug Approval Ethics (4:57) -- FDA Conflict of Interest (2:21) -- QA: Unsafe Drug Approval (3:44) -- QA: Public vs. Individual Health (3:09) -- QA: Side Effect Uncertainty (3:23) -- QA: Prescribing Drug Cocktails (1:53) -- QA: Bayesian Statistical Model (2:27) -- QA: Drug Industry Financing FDA (3:02) -- QA: Promoting Drug Development (1:32) -- QA: FDA Precautionary Principle (4:46) -- Closing Statement Against: Jerry Avorn (2:29) -- Closing Statement For: Scott Gottlieb (1:42) -- Closing Statement Against: David Challoner (1:56) -- Closing Statement For: Peter Huber (2:30) -- Audience Vote Results (1:42) -- Credits: The FDA's Caution Is Hazardous to Our Health: A Debate (0:44)
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Established in 1906, the U.S. Food and Drug Administratio? (FDA) is charged with protecting public health. Under this mandate, the federal agency regulates drugs and medical devices to ensure their safety and effectiveness. But is the FDA failing this mandate? Some argue that the FDA's long and costly approval process stifles innovation and keeps life-changing treatments from the market, but defenders contend that the process is essential to ensure safety and protect public health. Is the FDA too cautious in approving new drugs and medical devices? Is it ever appropriate to sacrifice safety for speed?
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1 v. (unpaged) : chiefly col. ill. ; 26 cm.
At head of title: Image Comics presents.
"Created by John Layman & Rob Guillory."
"Originally published in single magazine format as Chew #1-5"--T.p. verso.
"Tony Chu is a detective with a secret. A weird secret. Tony Chu is Cibopathic, which means he gets psychic impressions from whatever he eats. It also means he's a hell of a detective, as long as he doesn't mind nibbling on the corpse of a murder victim to figure out whodunit, and why. He's been brought on by the Special Crimes Division of the FDA, the most powerful law enforcement agency on the planet, to investigate their strangest, sickest, and most bizarre cases"--P. [4] of cover.
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Guillory, Rob.
Chew Vol. 1, Taster's choice.
Taster's choice.
9781607061595 (pbk.)
1607061597 (pbk.)
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