Did you know that the FDA’s “approval time for new biopharmaceuticals dropped by 21% — from 24.9 to 19.7 months — between 1982-89 and 2000-02”? Source: businesswire.com Perhaps this dropped approval time is why there are so many product malfunctions and recalls. Unfortunately, buyers are the ones who usually pay for product failure, and we’re talking about more than just an inconvenient trip to the store to make a return. In many cases, injuries and even death is the result of a product not being safe or ready to go on the market.
The FDA is only partly to blame, though. Production companies are just as much at fault for shoddy manufacturing. Speeding up the process, cutting corners, whatever the case may be–these companies continue to make millions of dollars while their customers pay for their mistakes. These companies need to be held accountable for their work, and if excellence is the standard we hold them to, maybe we’d have less recalls and reports of product malfunction. This is why it’s important to share your experience with someone who knows and understands that these companies not you are responsible. If you’re suffering or have experienced the loss of a loved one because of someone else’s hastiness, seek the help of a professional today.