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Outsourcing Facilities Need More Regulatory Transparency From FDA To Compound Drugs In Shortage

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Greater clarity on which drugs outsourcing facilities can compound from bulk ingredients and what good manufacturing practice requirements they will have to meet would go a long way toward enabling them to help prevent and resolve drug shortages, Pew report says. Another factor to consider: whether any loosening of restrictions during the pandemic will continue afterward.

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