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Jacobs said the label changes are not related to the recalls.
Tylenol daily dose cut to prevent overdose, liver failure 2011
She said the FDA will be posting a "Drug Safety Communication" on the label changes in the coming days.
Biogen, Elan's Tysabri Label Updated Thomas Gryta 2011
Bainbridge added that FNMF's recommendations for the name changes will be forwarded to Congress immediately.
Mark C. Miller: Are Food Names Corrupting Our Children? Mark C. Miller 2011
The department of health confirmed that the name changes would be "more than 75%" of the changes to the NHS bill.
"This may indicate that the market is digesting the label changes implemented in the U.S. and EU around year-end," it said.
DOWNLOAD with issue#5 the title changes to Kid Slade
Archive 2009-09-20 Zen Tiger 2009
FDA officials said the label changes -- a so-called black-box warning -- aren't intended to stop people from using the drugs, just to prod patients and doctors to closely monitor behavior.
Severe vision changes is code for blindness and loss of hearing means deafness.
OpEdNews - Diary: Alternative Medicine for Affordable Health Care and Overcoming Anxiety 2009
If they just follow the majority idea...sure, they might get more support and more money, but we will probably still think we are pure Chinese, and eventual "unification" is unavoidable note even how the term changes, nowadays people use "annexation" instead of unification...
Five Commentaries for Wednesday Michael Turton 2009
When I tell her about Jack, her expression changes slightly.
The English American Alison Larkin 2008
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