First dog food, now blood thinner?
The FDA has reportedly found a "heparin-like" compound in 5-20% of samples of Baxter's Chinese-manufactured heparin, a very important, front-line therapy that has mysteriously killed many people lately. They're not sure if the stuff is being put in as a filler (a la the chemicals put into dog food proteins in order to fake nutrition tests) or if it's in there accidentally.
I imagine if they find out that Chinese companies are using fillers in Heparin, the Chinese are going to have some major problems with the rest of the world.
This is serious stuff (Heparin may be the only reason I'm able to scribble away like this...)