Public Policy in Private Sector Pharmaceutical Companies: Diethylstilbestrol A Case of Policy Failure?
Schluter, Dawn Marie
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Unexpected danger is difficult to protect oneself against. It is unexpected danger which we can not plan for nor take precautionary action against. One such danger is, perhaps, in the field of health care. Indeed, we are trusting individuals. We trust doctors, their tools, their procedures and even their drugs. However, history itself has not bore out our trust. There are no guarantees of doctor competence, nor of safety of the drugs we are prescribed. This is where government comes to play an important role: regulation. Regulation takes many forms, but in each it is an attempt to protect us, the American consumer from dangers which we do not expect and further from which we can not realistically protect ourselves.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request access to this SIP.
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