FDA Scolds Firms For Claims That Could Mislead The Public About COVID-19 Products
The agency says it has sent letters to dozens of companies that have made ‘FDA Registration Certificate’ claims or used the agency’s logo without authorization, which could lead customers to think the products have been vetted.
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Digital Health Roundup, March 2021: Record-Breaking Funding; Exec Chats With Medtronic, Edwards LifeSciences
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