Question description Since the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) was established, it has evolved and changed its roles in keeping the public safe. In 1906, the Pure Food and Drug Act was established to protect consumers by requiring drug manufacturers to list the ingredients in their products and show strength, quality and purity. The Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act of 1938, which called for the creation of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), required that manufacturers prove the safety of their products. Research the current roles of the FDA and what role they play in consumer safety when it comes to medication. The FDA uses risk event mitigation strategies (REMS), requires medguides or black box warnings with certain medications and has established MedWatch. Using APA format, write a 1-2 page paper explaining how the FDA uses the strategies listed above to protect the public. Remember to cite your sources appropriately.