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Should there be a Good Housekeeping ‘seal of approval’ for prescription medicines?

In a new paper, a group of academics and pharmacists argue that assigning scores based on a mix of regulatory actions and chemical analysis would motivate drug makers to produce more “quality” medicines and reduce shortages, while improving public health.

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