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The FDA, or the Food and Drug Administration, is a regulatory agency of the United States federal government responsible for protecting public health by ensuring the safety, effectiveness, and security of food, drugs, medical devices, and other products. The FDA regulates products worth over $2.4 trillion annually, which includes approximately 20 cents of every dollar spent by US consumers. The FDA also monitors the safety of the nation’s blood supply and helps to ensure the safety and efficacy of vaccines and other biological products. The FDA plays a critical role in protecting public health and promoting innovation in the development and approval of new products.

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