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FDA engages public to improve quality of drugs

Drugs1The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has urged the public to report adverse effects of medicines they take to the nearest health center or pharmacy for prompt action. The FDA says this has become important because a previous attempt to improve the quality of medicines through feedback from Institutional Contact Persons (ICP) at health centers has not been successful. The FDA says it has trained health workers from selected public and private health centers in selected districts across the country who will take note of reports made about medicines and subsequently report them to the Authority. Fifteen (15) public and private health centres » Read More

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