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Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the apex body for food and drug products, reportedly suspended the license of Johnson & Johnson...
As per the reports, the order was issued in a case dating back to 2007 when residues of carcinogenic substances were found in 15 batches of Johnson & Johnson baby powder. And later it was found out that the residue was found because that the talcum powder was sterilised by ethylene oxide which is carcinogenic and irritant.
Originally posted by Phayte
Also there are absolutely no MSM outlets carrying this story that I can find, if anyone can verify this or debunk it great
As per a report in Newindianexpress, Kamlesh B Shende, FDA joint commissioner (drugs), said
Over 2,000 chemists of Retail and Dispensing Chemists of Association (RDCA) and Pharmacutical Wholesales Association (PWA) gathered to address their grievances to the minister of state for FDA, Satej Patil on Monday.
The FDA started a drive to ensure that a pharmacist is present in every medical store and if it was adhering to the rulebook and ensuring that patients, who are buying medicines, are properly counselled.
Kamlesh B. Shende, joint commissioner (drugs), Greater Mumbai, said, “We are conducting this drive so that, patients, who buy medicines are counselled well.” (Source)
The Maharashtra Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ...
Originally posted by cavtrooper7
I think they are an openly Christian company.Not too popular with the progs
in which 15 batches of Johnson & Johnson baby powder manufactured at a plant in Mulund (a suburb of Mumbai), India, were found to have been sterilized with ethylene oxide (an irritant and potential carcinogen) without having been subjected to appropriate post-testing to determine whether the amount of ethylene oxide residue left in the product was within acceptable limits.
... and all internal safety protocols were followed to ensure that safety of the consumer was not compromised. In addition, we have ascertained that there were no complaints or unexpected/undesirable effects reported concerning any of the batches in question.
That sounds like an unsupported general attack on a particular religion with an extraordinarily vicious claim. I suppose you were trying for humor, but it struck me rather unpleasantly.
Perhaps that is why they don't care if the Indian babies being subjected to their products get healthy doses of toxic carcinogens.