I just came across this New York Times article via TortsProf Blog.  It talks about how China has become a major player in the production of over-the-counter and prescription drugs.  Lately, China has been plagued by non-stop reports of incidents of contamination from toys to baby food.  The most horrifying example was when 4 babies were killed and 53,000 sickened when the chemical melamine was found in baby formula.  Could this type of contamination find its way into drugs sent to the United States?  Here is the money quote from the article:

I just came across this New York Times article via TortsProf Blog.  It talks about how China has become a major player in the production of over-the-counter and prescription drugs.  Lately, China has been plagued by non-stop reports of incidents of contamination from toys to baby food.  The most horrifying example was when 4 babies were killed and 53,000 sickened when the chemical melamine was found in baby formula.  Could this type of contamination find its way into drugs sent to the United States?  Here is the money quote from the article:

You might want to start reading those aspirin labels…