Compounding Deal In Congress Allows Voluntary FDA Oversight Of Large-Scale Facilities
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Compounders could submit to inspections, user fees and adverse event reporting, providing potential market advantage; Legislation, which includes track and trace draft bill, avoids compounding controversies and could be poised for swift passage.
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