What does the Orphan Drug Act of 1983 allow for?
Q1. What are pharmaceutical regulatory agencies primarily concerned with?
a. Ensuring product quality and product efficacy
b. Policing research strategies employed by pharmaceutical corporations
c. Regulating the number of products produced by pharmaceutical corporations
d. Policing the testing of pharmaceutical products
Q2. As the general population ages, long-term care increasingly focuses on:
a. Serving patients suffering from dementia
b. Serving patients suffering from infectious diseases
c. Increased employment of powerful experimental drugs
d. Raising money through charitable contributions
Q3. What does the Orphan Drug Act of 1983 allow for?
a. Modifying approaches to new drug authorization and marketing to improve the economic advantages for new drugs in limited markets
b. The adoption of unpatented drugs by various pharmaceutical companies
c. Government control over new, potentially life-saving drugs
d. Increased government regulation over drugs developed for limited markets