Pew reviewed the labels of 389 antibiotics that are considered “medically important,” meaning they are also used to control infections in people. Of those, 240 are subject to judicious use rules, according to an issue brief published by Pew. But more than 140 of those drugs’ labels are not fully in compliance with the FDA’s rules.
What’s more, Pew reports, 75% of the non-compliant labels are on new, branded drugs. That could mean that future generic versions of those drugs will also violate the judicious-use principals, “because the label of a generic drug has to reflect that of the pioneer drug on which it is based,” Pew explains.
Pew Charitable Trusts shows mishap of animal drugs. It is criminal that these drug companies keep getting away with it. Not only are these drugs violating FDA rules they are also expensive. If I'm going to pay a lot of money for my pet I want to make sure it's going to be safe and effective. Of course we at LDNIM are a little different because we know how safe and effect LDN is... VERY. The only negative thing people say about LDN is it disrupts there sleep for a short period of time when they first start taking it. As time goes on it becomes normal and they see a major difference is their. LDN works just as well if not better on dogs and pets. Don't let the big companies fool you.