FDA Warnings

Superbug outbreak warning

At issue is a specialized endoscope inserted down the throats of about 500,000 patients annually to treat cancers, gallstones and other ailments of the digestive system.  This devise is hard to clean. The warning came after detection of the drug-resistant “superbug” incident the UCLA’s Ronald Reagan Medical Center 2014 fall.  The cause is the uncleaned duodenoscope shown below. Read on


FDA sets standards on fruits, vegetables

Illness caused by tainted food among the reasons for safety rules. Read on

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