Citizen Petition from Sheller, P.C. Law Offices

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Citizen Petition from Sheller P C Law Offices

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Exhibit A Highlights of Prescribing Information Risperdal

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Exhibit B Minutes of the Pediatric Advisory Committee

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Exhibit C Pediatric Advisory Committee Meeting Transcript November 18 2008

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ID: FDA-2012-P-0857-0001

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Date Posted: Aug 14, 2012
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Country: United States
State or Province: PA
Category: Private Industry - C0003


Comments Received*
I am a registered nurse with 21 years of psychiatric nursing and counseling experience. I support the petition to the FDA to ban neuroleptic medications to...
See attached file(s), Petitioner's July 2, 2013 Letter to Janet Woodcock.
I am a licensed professional and agree with Citizen Petition by Attorney Sheller (Document ID FDA-2012-P-0857-0001) that psychiatric drugs, especially the ones...

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