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September 5, 2012
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November 6, 2012, FDA Rejection of Public Citizen Petition to Ban Aricept 23
November 6, 2012 - Press release: FDA Rejects Petition to Ban Aricept 23: Did Drug Companies, FDA Collude in Approving Dangerous Alzheimer’s Drug?
Public Citizen files suit to compel The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to act on our petition calling on the agency to stop allowing the drug Aricept to be marketed at doses that can cause severe – and even fatal – side effects.
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