heparin recall rekindles concern over the safety of drugs made overseas

The recent heparin recall rekindles concern over the safety of drugs made overseas...especially in China.

Several dangerous situations have recently surfaced.

Melamine was added to pet food to fake higher protein levels...diethylene glycol was used instead of glycerin in some cough syrups...now "oversulphated" chondroitin has been found in heparin.

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