THE FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION investigation into quality-control problems at Johnson & Johnson's McNeil Consumer Healthcare division has shined a critical light on the OTC industry at a time when it can least afford such scrutiny. “Although the public risk from these quality problems is low, these problems should never have occurred,” stated Joshua Sharfstein, FDA deputy commissioner, in remarks prepared for a recent congressional hearing, noting that “the failures that caused them ...

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