An evaluation of consumer protection legislation: the 1962 drug amendments

  • Peltzman S
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Abstract

The 1962 drug amendments seek to prevent wasted expenditure stimulated by exaggerated claims for effectiveness of new drugs by requiring premarketing approval of all new drug claims by the Food and Drug Administration. The compliance costs are shown to have ...

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  • S Peltzman

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