Should FDA Tighten Rules for Drugs on Market?

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Does the Food and Drug Administration have sufficient control over drugs once they've been approved? Dr. Bruce Psaty, professor of medicine, epidemiology and health services at the University of Washington, offers his thoughts in a conversation with Steve Inskeep.

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