, i.e. Food and Drug Administration is the United States federal regulatory agency in the Department of Health and Human Services. “Protecting Public Health” is the main motto of this agency. In order to achieve its mission, the agency has to ensure that food, cosmetics, and nutritional supplements are safe to consume, the drugs and the new medical equipments released, get FDA approval first and are properly labeled prior to their marketing and being available for commercial consumption.

is a bad cholesterol lowering drug. It got its approval from FDA in 1997. As per FDA approval it was a good medicine that blocked a specific enzyme responsible for the synthesis of cholesterol, thereby lowering bad cholesterol.

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