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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 312 THE LETHBRIDRE HERALD Tuesday, September 36, 1572 Munro denied drug products inferior TORONTO (CPI State- ments made recently reflecting on the quality and safety ot drugs "border on the irrespons- federal Health Minister John Munro said Monday. He denied that a large pro- portion of drug products sold in Canada arc inferior quality. Dr. Ray Laforest of Toronto told the Ontario Chapter of the College of Family Physicians of Canada two ago that the Ontario PARcost program had uncovered "shocking things." Dr. Laforest referred to poor manufacturing conditions, mis- labelled medications and one drug which had deteriorated in three months and although its shell life was given as liiree years. But Mr. Munro told a news conference that of lots of drug products analysed last year by the health protection branch of the federal govern- ment, only 49 were withdrawn from the market because they failed one or more analytical standards associated with safety. OPENS LABORATORY The health minister was here to open a quality control labo- ratory which will allow the fed- eral drug analysis program to OOPS-A-DAISY When Highway 417, a new road southeast of Ottawa, opened it was just as well not too many vehicles were usin-g it when this truck came wheeling along. ______ system needs overhaul OTTAWA