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In 1937 over 100 people died after ingesting " Elixir Sulfanilamide " manufactured by . Massengill Company of Tennessee. The product was formulated in diethylene glycol , a highly toxic solvent that is now widely used as antifreeze. [23] Under the laws extant at that time, prosecution of the manufacturer was possible only under the technicality that the product had been called an "elixir", which literally implied a solution in ethanol. In response to this episode, the . Congress passed the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act of 1938 , which for the first time required pre-market demonstration of safety before a drug could be sold, and explicitly prohibited false therapeutic claims. [24]

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