The U.S. Food and Drug Administration told EpiPen’s maker, Pfizer Inc., this week that it failed to properly investigate reports of malfunctioning auto-injectors, including incidents associated with patient deaths and severe illness.
more recommended stories
Fulham Broadway cinema complex evacuated – ‘rumours of attempted attack’
FULHAM Broadway station has been evacuated.
‘You lack democracy’ Infighting on show as EU chief ATTACKS eurozone leader next to him
Pierre Moscovici, who is an economic.
BREAKING: London Bridge EVACUATED – armed police rush to scene amid terror fears
LONDON Bridge railway station has been.
M5 traffic chaos: Motorway closed on both sides after ‘police incident’ – at least 4 dead
FOUR people have died in a.
Jury finds girl was mentally ill during Slender Man stabbings
A Wisconsin girl who admitted to.
7 youths charged after fire at Malaysia school that killed 23
Police in Malaysia have arrested seven.
‘We depend on the British’ Spanish citizens WARN leaders ‘not to mess’ with Gibraltar
SPANISH citizens who live close to.
U.K. police make ‘significant’ arrest in Friday’s train bombing
Police in the U.K. have made.
UK’s GLORIOUS future: Brexit will see Britain LEAD AGAIN ahead of EU countries, Bojo vows
BREXIT will give the UK the.
Trump changes to foreign aid being felt by women in poorest countries
Women in some of the poorest.