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FDA Backs Off From Early Citations Of Compounder Sterility Issues

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A month after compounding pharmacists' latest annual visit to Congress, FDA has acted on one of their chief complaints – investigators citing them for GMP violations even in cases where the agency later acknowledged they were exempt.

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