Carcinogen Found in Popular Diabetes Drug

Genotoxic impurities in drugs, known as nitrosamines, have been the topic of an ongoing FDA investigation. N-Nitrosodimethylamine, also known as NDMA, as a type of nitrosamine that is a known environmental contaminant. It has been classified as a probable human carcinogen. NDMA has been found in water and foods, including dairy products, vegetables and grilled and cured meats. In an official statement, the FDA announced that NDMA was found in a diabetes drug — Metformin. According to...

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