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ReferencesBazzano, A., Mangione-Smith, R., Schonlau, M., Suttorp, M., & Brook, R. (2009). Off-label prescribing to children in the United States outpatient setting. Academic Pediatrics. 9(2). 81-88. Retrieved August 8, 2018 from and Drug Administration. (2016). Drug Research and children. Retrieved August 8, 2018 from Neville, K. (2014). Off-label use of drugs in children. American Academy of Pediatrics.133(3). Retrieved August 8, 2018 from
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Robert,You did an awesome job on your post this week. Before a drug can be approved for sale in a given market, governmental authorities in each country have to assess its safety, efficacy, and quality (Corny, Lebel, Bailey, & Bussieres, 2015). Once this process is completed pharmaceutical companies are granted market authorization, and the drug gets a license for marketing in the country. This process can be lengthy, but is ultimately set up for the safety of the patients that will be utilizing these medications. I absolutely agree with you that there needs to be more work done to make these medications safer for the children and that we need more dedicated teams set for this exact task. Once again, great job on your post and good luck in the rest of program! Have you thought about doing anything in this type of a field?
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