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Fda updates "warning letters" web page
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  • Every Tuesday, the most recently issued warning letters now will be presented under Recently Posted with the date posted.
  • Effective Sept. 1, the Close Out Date is now provided in the Warning Letters table and detailed information about the Warning Letters Close Out Program is provided.
  • Additional changes include formatting and improved page navigation to help users understand what searching and browsing options are available.

The “Warning Letters†page can be found at: http://www.fda.gov/ICECI/EnforcementActions/WarningLetters/default.htm. The FDA will continue to look for ways to improve the “Warning Letters†webpage in the future.

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