Published in Medical Letter on the CDC and FDA, October 26th, 2003
The approval of Radiogardase is part of FDA's continuing efforts to provide the American public with medical countermeasures in the event of a terrorist attack. Approval for Radiogardase was based on analysis of epidemiological studies and literature reporting on patients treated with Prussian blue in emergencies involving exposure to cesium-137 or thallium. Radiogardase works by...
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