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Question 1: Generic drugs are chemical equivalents of ________ drugs whose patents have expired.
Brand managementAdvertisingProduct placementBrand

Question 2:
Where are the headquarters of Food and Drug Administration?
171 Fair Street, Laconia, New Hampshire 03246
Hudson New Hampshire 03051
24 Interchange Drive, West Lebanon, New Hampshire 03784 USA
10903 New Hampshire Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20903

Question 3: 1994 – ________
WolfberryHerbalismDietary supplementVitamin

Question 4:
When did Food and Drug Administration form?
1906
between 1936 and 1938
1993
2002-08-23

Question 5: Concerns about the length of the drug approval process were brought to the fore early in the ________ epidemic.
AIDSICD-10 Chapter I: Certain infectious and parasitic diseasesHIVAIDS dementia complex

Question 6: Ronald Sherman permission to produce and market ________ for use in humans or other animals as a prescription medical device.
Stem cellMaggot therapyWound healingScar

Question 7: In June 1906, President ________ signed into law the Food and Drug Act, also known as the "Wiley Act" after its chief advocate.
Charles Evans HughesWilliam Howard TaftFrank KnoxTheodore Roosevelt

Question 8: ________
Centers for Disease Control and PreventionUnited States Public Health ServiceFood and Drug Administration (United States)Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition

Question 9: [20] The 1902 Biologics Control Act was put in place after ________ antitoxin was collected from a horse named Jim who contracted tetanus, resulting in several deaths.
TuberculosisAnthraxDiphtheriaRheumatic fever

Question 10: The only way that the FDA could even seize the product was due to a misbranding problem: an "Elixir" was defined as a medication dissolved in ethanol, not the ________ used in the Elixir Sulfanilamide.
Ethylene glycol poisoningGlycerolPropylene glycolDiethylene glycol
















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