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Hi-Tech Prosecution Offers FDA Model For Pursuing Bad Actors – Lawyer

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The successful prosecution of Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals for counterfeiting generic Rx drugs should encourage FDA to pursue criminal charges against other companies selling adulterated products, according to food and drug attorney Marc Ullman

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