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FDA (Food and Drug Administration)

The Food and Drug administration is a US federal agency responsible for protecting public health.

It is the body responsible for regulation and approval of drugs and other pharmaceutical products such as vaccines within the USA.

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First genome editing treatment for HIV enters clinical trials 27 September 2021 News
COVID-19 vaccine and infertility google searches increase dramatically 19 July 2021 News
Book Review: CRISPR People – The science and ethics of editing humans 1 June 2021 Review
Biden scraps human fetal tissue research limits while New York stops stem cell research funding 26 April 2021 News
CRISPR gene therapy for sickle cell disease approved by the FDA 12 April 2021 News
Novel treatment for breast cancer brain metastases 15 March 2021 News
Podcast Review: SART Fertility Experts – Donor eggs, fresh or frozen? 3 August 2020 Review
Unproven stem cell therapies, and now, strong words from the FDA 27 July 2020 Comment
Caveat: Stem cells touted for coronavirus treatments 29 June 2020 Comment
New CRISPR-based COVID-19 point-of-care diagnostic 11 May 2020 News
Investigational new drug may be beneficial in treating severe COVID-19 4 May 2020 News
New FDA guidelines for gene therapy products 3 February 2020 News
Radio Review: The Stem Cell Hard Sell 20 January 2020 Review
US bid to take action against 'fertility' supplements 25 November 2019 News
Duchenne gene therapy trial halted after serious reaction 18 November 2019 News
Podcast Review: Biohacking: Rules of Engagement (Reset, Vox) 18 November 2019 Review
US disability council urges greater regulation of genetic testing 4 November 2019 News
Health reports from direct-to-consumer genetic tests 'woefully incomplete' 21 October 2019 News
Sperm donor implicated in multiple cases of child autism 23 September 2019 News
Google bans ads for 'unproven' treatments from stem cell clinics 16 September 2019 News
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