The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released to the public last month separate warning letters it had sent to three drug compounding pharmacies. Each of the companies was criticized for unsanitary conditions at its facilities. Two were hit hard for producing drugs without individual prescriptions. All three of the companies, Nora Apothecary and Alternative Therapies Inc., Pallimed Solutions Inc. and Wedgewood Village Pharmacy Inc., received FDA warnings detailing the shortfalls in their sterile facility procedures. The problems ranged from visible sterile drug contamination to inadequate clean room facilities and monitoring programs. Each of these involves very serious issues.
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