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  • authorize the regulation of security measures that are not associated with the immediate food-processing environment, such as requiring fences, alarms, and outside lighting. Neither agency believes that it has the authority to regulate all aspects of security at food-processing facilities. Both FDA and USDA issued voluntary security guidelines to help food processors identify measures to prevent or mitigate the risk of deliberate contamination. Because these guidelines are voluntary, neither agency enforces, monitors, or documents their implementation.

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  • This Handbook of Manufacturing: Regulations and Quality focuses on all regulatory aspects and requirements that govern how drugs are produced for evaluation (and, later, sale to and use in) humans. The coverage ranges from what the issues are at the early stages (when the amounts are small and the materials of limited sophistication) up to until the issue is reproducibly and continuously making large volumes of a highly sophisticated manufactured product.

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  • Recent reductions in cancer mortality are due in part to risk reduction behaviors like smoking cessation and more strongly to early detection of cancer coupled with appropriate therapy. Yet, there are no validated molecular biomarker tests for the early detection of any cancer (see Table I). Among the list of Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-approved biomarkers, none have been approved for cancer early detection and screening.

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  • Commonly used preventives are listed with reasonable doses and common side effects. Not all listed medicines are approved by the FDA; local regulations and guidelines should be consulted. b Not available in the United States. The probability of success with any one of the antimigraine drugs is 50– 75%. Many patients are managed adequately with low-dose amitriptyline, propranolol, topiramate, gabapentin, or valproate. If these agents fail or lead to unacceptable side effects, second-line agents such as methysergide or phenelzine can be used.

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