FDA Warns Against Using Compounded Remdesivir Due To Quality Concerns
Although compounding of certain shortage drugs is allowed during the public health emergency, remdesivir is off limits due to its complexity. Providers should only use the FDA-approved version of the drug, Gilead’s Veklury, the agency says.
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