- Apr 23, 2017
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- New Mexico
Sorry dude. That’s not how the FDA works.
That is exactly how the FDA works.
They don't approve something until they are sure they can recommend it.
Since they haven't, it is not approved, not recommended, and too risky for people to take.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) examines, tests, and approves a wide range of items for medical use, including drugs and medical appliances. In the simplest terms, “FDA approval” means that the FDA has decided the benefits of the approved item outweigh the potential risks for the item's planned use.
The FDA does not develop or test products before approving them. Instead, FDA experts review the results of laboratory, animal, and human clinical testing done by manufacturers. If FDA grants an approval, it means the agency has determined that the benefits of the product outweigh the known risks for the intended use.