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FDA defends 510(k) as debate begins

7/29/2011 07:26 PM EDT
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Cal Q. Lust
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Cal Q. Lust   4/19/2012 8:47:27 PM
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Uh... because lawyers are greedy and see easy targets?

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Code Monkey   8/1/2011 10:32:10 PM
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Why are so many new drug commercials followed a few years later by class action lawsuit commercials involving the same drug? Because compared to the importance of rubber-stamping the products of big companies, consumer safety is a sham. 510(k) is a big part of the rubber stamp process.

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goafrit   7/30/2011 10:15:12 PM
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Good point. It has to be looked both ways.

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agk   7/30/2011 12:10:06 PM
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Generally the approval process assuress the quality of the products supplied to their respective users. As the technology is day to day evolving the process fo approvals also to be updated now and then.The 510(k)process also will have gold points and platinium points.The study to find out the whether this process is helping or hindering the innovations is a good decision.

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