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FDA Compounding Enforcement Could Have Been More Aggressive, Hamburg Acknowledges; Tense Hearing Continues Legislative Stalemate

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House Republicans remain unconvinced that FDA needs additional enforcement powers as Commissioner Hamburg is grilled on why the agency didn’t employ its current forceful inspection approach in the run-up to New England Compounding Center tragedy.

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