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A Bill to Amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to Prohibit the Use of Any Name in Connection With Any Prescription Drug Other Than the Official Name Designated for Such Drug by the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare S. 785, 96th Congress, 1st Session Unknown creator (United States. Congress. Senate, 1979)
A Bill to Amend the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act to Provide for a Federal Drug Compendium Which Provides Reliable, Complete, and Readily Accessible Prescribing Information; to Assure Safety and Efficacy of Drugs Through Certification Of Certain Drugs Other Than Insulin and Antibiotics; to Require Certain Information in Drug Labeling; and to Improve the Administration and Enforcement of the Act as It Relates to Drugs Unknown creator (United States. Congress. Senate, 1979)
Miller, Geoffrey (2008-12)This commentary examines the ethics and law in the United States as they relate to the foregoing of life sustaining treatment when such treatment is deemed medically inappropriate. In particular the article highlights the ...