Government has come out in defense of the graphic tobacco labels and advertisements that depicted the pictures of rotting teeth and diseased lungs. According to it, these labels are necessary as they warn the consumers about the risk of smoking. A person who is using these products is made aware of the consequence of the actions via these labels.
In a much needed move, the Food and Drug Administration has sent warning signals by claiming that doctors must not use unapproved products for treatment. This call came in the wake of a recent revelation, in which a new batch of counterfeit Avastin was found in the US market. The products were packed with the name of Altuzan, which is a brand name for Avastin in Turkey.
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