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Talk with your pharmacist and doctor about new prescriptions

At some point in our lives, most of us will need some form of medication to combat an illness or treat a condition. We trust that the companies producing the drugs we need will take proper care in making sure they are not dangerous or defective. Additionally, doctors should take the necessary precautions to make sure the medications they prescribe will not harm their patients.

What process is used to prevent the marketing of dangerous drugs?

In a perfect world, everyone would enjoy good health all the time and there would be no need to take medicine. But sometimes we have to depend upon medications to treat conditions or ailments. When this is the case, we must trust that the medicines we take are safe. So what processes are in place to help ensure our safety?

Disreputable websites may sell defective drugs

Many of us rely on medications in order to function and feel good on a daily basis. For some people, required medications are a necessary part of life. But drugs can be very expensive. It would be perfectly understandable for a person to look for the best price available for a medication.

The FDA uses different sources to learn of dangerous drugs

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration exists to protect and promote the public's health. It does this by regulating a variety of products, among which are pharmaceutical drugs. Previously on this blog, we discussed what could inspire the FDA to ask for a drug recall. These issues included such things as flaws in a drug's manufacturing process or a drug that is believed to pose a health threat to consumers.

Drug companies must make testing a priority over marketing

At times, it can seem like we are awash in advertising for all manner of pills, creams, ointments and other assorted forms of medicine. The messages that take up so much time during commercial breaks on television and radio describe the amazing healing powers that these wonder drugs possess.

Testosterone therapy may be a trap

Due to aggressive marketing strategies employed by pharmaceutical companies, many men have been pitched the idea that they may reap benefits from undergoing testosterone therapy. The advertising entices interest by asking men if they feel tired. While fatigue may be a symptom for which there is legitimate reason to seek medical treatment, the use of testosterone products may not be the best remedy.

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