The Number of Drugs Recalled Every Year is Higher Than You Think

Hint, it’s well over a thousand

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If you clicked on the article to find the exact number, I won’t keep you waiting. It’s 1,279.

On average, that’s the number of drugs recalled by the FDA per year, over the last ten years. When you include devices, that number more than triples.




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Bashar Salame

Bashar Salame

Chiropractor/Nutritionist/Triathlete. Restoring health — Enhancing Life. Beirut Born→ Detroit Bred

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