Bill To Allow FDA To Destroy Counterfeit Devices Wins Praise On Hill; J&J Exec Testifies In Support
Several US House members are backing a new piece of legislation that would give the US Food and Drug Administration the authority to destroy counterfeit devices when they arrive at points of entry into the country. A Johnson & Johnson executive who specializes in global brand protection provided dramatic testimony before a House health panel on 29 January on the need for the anti-counterfeiting bill.
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