FDA Warns Consumers Not To Use Sterile Drugs Made By Pacifico National After Firm Refuses Recall Requests
After Melbourne, Florida, outsourcer resisted entreaties to recall sterile drugs over contamination and eye infections, the FDA warned consumers not to use sterile drugs compounded by the firm, Pacifico National, doing business as AmEx Pharmacy.
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