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FDA Comment Letter

Children of God for Life 4613 Barfield Crescent Rd Murfreesboro, TN  37128 877-488-LIFE http://www.cogforlife.org November 1, 2008 Division of Dockets Management HFA-305 Food & Drug Administration 5630 Fishers Lane Room 1061 Rockville, MD  20852 Phone:  301 827-5101 Ref: Docket Number 2006D-0383: Guidance to Industry for Development of Cell-Based Viral Vaccines Dear FDA: This letter is

Children of God for Life – Final Letters to HHS and the CDC – January 4, 2007

(Sent on Children of God for Life letterhead, certified with all letter copies to the FDA included) January 4, 2007   Secretary Michael O. Leavitt The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 200 Independence Avenue, S.W. Washington, D.C. 20201   Dear Secretary Leavitt, As a follow up to our letter to you dated November

FDA Comments 2

Note: The following letter was sent December 26th, signed for and received by the FDA on December 27th.  As more letters arrived on the 27th, a second package with the latest tallies was sent to the FDA on December 27th and received and signed for by the FDA on December 28th.  Letters continue to arrive

FDA CMA Letter

Division of Dockets Management HFA-305 Food and Drug Administration 5630 Fishers Lane, Room 1061 Rockville, MD  20852 December 11, 2006 Ref: Docket Number 2006D-0383 Guidance to Industry for Development of Cell-Based Viral Vaccines   To the FDA:   The Catholic Medical Association (CMA) offers this response to the FDA invitation for public comment on the

CDC Ignores Public Protest

CDC Ignores Public Protest – Say they are not responsible… Below is a response that was sent to us by a concerned pro-lifer who sent a letter by email to the CDC after writing to the FDA. We want to warn you – not only is the letter filled with errors, they are missing the

FDA Public Comments

http://www.fda.gov/fdac/features/2004/604_public.html FDA Consumer Magazine, November 2004 The Importance of Public Comment to the FDA By Carol Rados Anyone can submit comments concerning new rules and regulations being considered by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. And, these suggestions can and do influence the agency’s actions. The FDA regulates the way that foods, drugs, medical devices,

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