Was the FDA looking the other way?

The nation’s largest maker of medical diagnostic tests agreed to a $100 million fine and to stop selling more than 100 of it’s products until it corrects repeated violations of federal rules.

Abbot laboratories’ violations date to 1993, according to the Food and Drug Administration, which sought a consent decree to settle the issue because Abbot did not correct the problems despite six years of government inspections and warnings. Abbot is not required to recall any tests, and patients who had their blood or other tissue samples tested at a laboratory using Abbot products are not advised to be re-tested, according to the FDA. If this same scenario had occurred related to a nutritional or car manufacturer, they would have been closed down back in 1993. That’s an outrage!

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