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January 3, 1990 | From Associated Press
The Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday that it has begun testing retail milk supplies in 13 cities, including Los Angeles, after an independent survey found samples in several areas tainted with potentially harmful drugs. The FDA said that while it "is concerned that these unconfirmed findings may indicate violative drug residues in milk," it sees "no public health threat associated with animal drug residues in milk at the levels reported by the Wall Street Journal."
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January 3, 1990 | From Associated Press
The Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday that it has begun testing retail milk supplies in 13 cities, including Los Angeles, after an independent survey found samples in several areas tainted with potentially harmful drugs. The FDA said that while it "is concerned that these unconfirmed findings may indicate violative drug residues in milk," it sees "no public health threat associated with animal drug residues in milk at the levels reported by the Wall Street Journal."
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February 6, 1990 | MARLENE CIMONS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tests on milk samples from Los Angeles and 13 other cities have shown no residues of animal drugs that could pose a danger to humans, the Food and Drug Administration announced Monday. The results were released on the eve of congressional hearings that are expected to be critical of the FDA's testing methods. The agency said that, in conducting its tests, it first used a method known as Charm II that only detects "classes" of drugs.
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