Generic drugs make up 80% of all prescriptions filled in the United States. But in 2011 the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that generic drug makers are not responsible for updating their safety labels to warn of newly discovered risks and as a result cannot be held accountable in court if their drugs injure or kill Americans.
Consumers are left in a dangerous Generic Drug Safety Loophole with safety labels that are not reliable and their access to justice denied.
There is good news: The FDA has a proposed a plan to fix the problem! But it is under attack from the generics industry.
We need your help to close the Generic Drug Safety Loophole!
We have launched a new petition to the FDA to remind them that safety is an issue that simply cannot wait. Already, more than 21,000 people have called on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to restore generic drug accountability – and we need you to add your name to the growing list!
Together we can prescribe accountability to the generic drug industry!
Thank you –
The Take Justice Back Team
PS: After you sign the petition, make sure to share it with your friends on Faceboook.
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