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“When the Food and Drug Administration is doing their mandated testing of all new food and drugs, it will have a critical impact on the drug industry,” said Dan D’Oroff, chief of operations and operations development at The Food and Drug Administration’s Food and Drug Administration.
It’s up to agencies to determine whether the drugs are safe for use in drinking water, on campuses and, more important, when in retail, because of the health risks.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) said it will test a third of bottled water starting in 2019 to determine how safe they are.
“Our testing is the most comprehensive evaluation of the safety and effectiveness of these products across all of our products. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is already developing new and improved water treatment technologies to address this issue,” the FDA said in a statement today.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also said that it would be in business to evaluate whether water and food-borne illness are still in effect and how they may change next year, according to its director of scientific and policy development Thomas Hamer.
Dr. Toni Gelles, director of the National Center on Microbial Diseases and an expert on human microbiomes for the Food and Drug Administration, said the FDA will not rule out more testing in the future.