Inspections, Compliance, Enforcement,...

Inspections, Compliance, Enforcement, and Criminal Investigations of the FDA

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Wheat Ridge, CO

#1 Jul 11, 2014
The FDA is tasked with public safety. Promoting toxic regulated Pharmaceuticals like some of the posters here do and supplying a venue to enable that like Topix does both endanger public safety and as such are punishable by law.

Topix needs to review their rules and comply with Federal law in the interest of public safety.

OCI protects the public health and furthers the FDA mission by investigating suspected criminal violations of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) and other related laws.

OCI has the primary responsibility for criminal investigations conducted by the FDA and for all law enforcement and intelligence issues pertaining to threats against FDA-regulated products. OCI concentrates its resources on investigations of significant criminal violations that pose a danger to the public health.

Our priorities include:

1. Breaches in the legitimate medical supply chain by individuals and organizations dealing in unapproved, counterfeit, and substandard medical products.

2. Criminal violations in situations where the normal regulatory process has been unable to remedy the problem.

3. Criminal violations where the risk of harm to the public health is particularly significant and the only remedy appears to be through the criminal process.

4. Criminal conduct that prevents the FDA from being able to properly regulate. This includes false statements to the FDA during the regulatory process and obstruction of justice

Topix ,.........can you hear me now?

Albendazole used in the manner promoted on this forum and enabled by Topix is dangerous.

Rare fatalities associated with the use of ALBENZA have been reported due to granulocytopenia or pancytopenia (see PRECAUTIONS). Albendazole has been shown to cause bone marrow suppression, aplastic anemia, and agranulocytosis in patients with and without underlying hepatic dysfunction. Blood counts should be monitored at the beginning of each 28 day cycle of therapy, and every 2 weeks while on therapy with albendazole in all patients. Patients with liver disease, including hepatic echinococcosis, appear to be more at risk for bone marrow suppression leading to pancytopenia, aplastic anemia, agranulocytosis, and leukopenia attributable to albendazole and warrant closer monitoring of blood counts. Albendazole should be discontinued in all patients if clinically significant decreases in blood cell counts occur.

BTW everything in my protocol is FDA approved for over the counter use.

Enough is enough.

Since: Aug 13

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#2 Jul 11, 2014
This is good advice on this drug. I freaked when I saw people promoting this.

Wheat Ridge, CO

#3 Jul 12, 2014
Now it's action.

Wheat Ridge, CO

#4 Jul 12, 2014
Ashley/ Shonda my advice to you is don't come back to this place.

Tampa, FL

#6 Jul 12, 2014
FRED wrote:
Ashley/ Shonda my advice to you is don't come back to this place.
Don't forget about "prettycrazy"

Probably the same person, but needs investigated as well!

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