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New FDA proposals on drugs for farm animals

  • Aired: 12/14/2013
  • 03:10
  • Rating: NR
New York Times journalist, Sabrina Tavernise, talks to John Larson on new proposals by the Food and Drug Administration that would affect labeling for antibiotics for livestock and would potentially put a halt to the use of growth-promoting drugs in farm animals, and how these new policies might affect human health as well.
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Proposals by the FDA may put a halt to the use of growth-promoting drugs in farm animals.
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