Regulating Nanomedicine – Can the FDA handle it

 Raj Bawa
  8th-Jul-2010
Description: Evidence continues to mount that many nanoproducts inherently posses novel size-based properties and toxicity profiles. Yet, there is no specific law or mechanism for oversight of nanomedicine and the FDA continues to treat nanoproducts as substantially equivalent (“bioequivalent”) to their bulk counterparts.
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Regulating Nanomedicine � Can the FDA handle it?
Raj Bawa**1, MS, PhD **Patent Agent, Bawa Biotechnology Consulting LLC, Ashburn, Virginia, USA; Adjunct Associate Professor, Biology Department, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, USA; and Founding Director, American Society for Nanomedicine, Ashburn, Virginia, USA. Abstract There is enormous excitement and expec ... See more
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