The FDA is allegedly working with the USPS to hold packages containing Ivermectin at JFK, a port of entry for the drug from foreign sources. Aaron Siri posted a Nov. 10 letter using FDA Personal Importation policy to refuse delivery of the drug to a customer whose name is redacted on the letter.
According to the FDA’s policy, the Personal Importation policy makes it “in most circumstances, illegal for individuals to import drugs or devices into the U.S. for personal use because these products purchased from other countries often have not been approved by the FDA for use and sale in the U.S. For example, a drug approved for use in another country but not approved by the FDA would be considered an unapproved drug in the U.S. and, therefore, illegal to import.”
The FDA says it cannot guarantee the “safety and effectiveness” of a medication purchased over the internet from a foreign country. The document then provides exceptions for the order of Ivermectin given its well-established safety profile and its lack of availability in the U.S. due to the recent rejection of the drug for off-label use for COVID-19…
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