Friday, July 6, 2012

Minnesotans worry pending FDA bill prohibits imported prescription drugs



 Minnesotans worry pending FDA bill prohibits imported prescription drugs | kare11.com:

 "It is designed to increase inspections of foreign drug factories, while also speeding approvals of new drugs at home. Lee Graczyk heads up an affordable prescription advocacy group based in the Twin Cities, RxRights, and says Section 708 of the bill is troubling for the nearly 14,000 Minnesotans who order drugs from other countries - himself included. "That is because Section 708 allows the Secretary of Health and Human Services to determine that any imported medicine valued at $2,500 or less may be seized and subject to destruction, without reimbursement or replacement," he said, adding a length appeals process could follow."

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