Rosen Discusses FDA's Plan to Conduct More Extensive Studies of Generic Blood Pressure Medications

06 May 2014 Bloomberg News


Partner David Rosen was quoted in a Bloomberg article published on May 6, 2014, titled "Blood-Pressure Drug With Thousands of Complaints Draws FDA Test." The article discussed the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's plan to conduct more extensive studies of generic blood pressure medications after receiving numerous complaints of ineffectiveness and troublesome side effects. Rosen was quoted saying, “It’s an important issue and we want to make sure these products perform in the way they’re supposed to perform.”

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