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Recall Process for FDA-Regulated Products

Consumers are impacted by FDA-regulated products every day. The food they eat, the medicines they take, and the medical devices used during medical procedures are all examples of FDA-regulated products. Conducting a recall is an effective way for a firm to remove or correct a violative, and possibly dangerous, product from the market. FDA advises firms on their recall strategies and monitors their recall to determine whether it is effective. FDA also publicizes recalls so consumers and health professionals can find out what types of products are being recalled.

FDA-hosted a webinar, Thursday, July 26, 2012 at 3p.m. ET, on the "Recall Process for FDA-Regulated Products." Recall Coordinator Cecilia Wolyniak of FDA's Office of Enforcement provided information on how recalls are reported to FDA. She also discussed what FDA does to monitor and publicize the recalls.

Webinar Slides: Recall Process for FDA-Regulated Products Presentation (PDF - 59KB)

Archived Webinar Version: https://collaboration.fda.gov/p67962525/

Additional Resources: Recalls, Market Withdrawals & Safety Alerts

 

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