FDA Commissioner faces court appearance
This article was originally published in Clinica
FDA Commissioner David Kessler is facing a court appearance for his near total ban on the promotion of drugs and medical devices for uses other than which they received approval. Such off-label use is commonplace because the FDA has no formal authority over how doctors practise medicine.
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