2015 Drug Recalls: While FDA Drove Pharmacies, Quality Systems Drove Manufacturers
This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet
Huge recall numbers last year reflected FDA's continued enforcement of sterility assurance at compounding pharmacies, while generic and brand manufacturers dealt with particulate contamination and various out-of-specification issues.
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