"'Drug lag keeps foreign cures far from the U.S."
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One newspaper article entitled, "'Drug lag keeps foreign cures far from the U.S." written by Mike Hurewitz dated September 16, 1981. Related to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) testing experimental antibiotics, costs of potential profits, identifying newer drug names such as verapamil, malprotiline, glyburide, labetalol, and timolol.
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