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The statute prevented the manufacture, sale, or transportation of misbranded, poisonous, or deleterious drugs and medicines. It enabled the government to go to court against illegal products but lacked affirmative requirements to guide compliance. It regulated drug concentrations, imitation drugs, and contents tampering and required that all narcotics in medicines be reported (Janssen, 1981). In addition, the act put severe restrictions on how patent medicines could be produced and sold, thus crippling the patent medicine industry.
Qxd 5/4/06 34 1:22 PM Page 34 ADVANCING HEALTH LITERACY health promotion efforts. Understanding the audience was on its way to becoming as important as the content of the message itself. Radio Announcement Targeting Teenagers for Polio Shots “Hey teens! How’s your date calendar? If you live in [local] county, you better make your next date with your doctor” (National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, 1958b). Social Movements and Advocacy in the 1960s and 1970s The civil rights movement, the women’s movement, and the anti– Vietnam War movement, along with the growing consumer, selfhelp, and environmental justice movements, emerged during the 1960s and 1970s.
Qxd 5/4/06 1:21 PM Page 9 Health Literacy immunoblot test, often referred to as the Western blot test. We received ﬁnal results a short time ago. Of the three samples, two were negative, but the third came back reactive. Because of the conﬂicting results on the IHC and Western blot tests, a sample from this animal will be sent to the OIE-recognized reference laboratory for BSE in Weybridge, England. USDA will also be conducting further testing, which will take several days to complete. Regardless of the outcome, it is critical to note that USDA has in place a sound system of interlocking safeguards to protect human and animal health from BSE—including, most signiﬁcantly, a ban on speciﬁed risk materials from the human food supply.