Employees of the New England Compounding Center (NECC), accused of murder and racketeering after a deadly 2012 meningitis outbreak. Read more
A Massachusetts bankruptcy judge has approved New England Compounding Center’s (NECC) Chapter 11 plan, which provides up to $200 million in payouts to those affected by a 2010 meningitis out... Read more
People trust their health and safety to the makers of drugs and medical devices. They expect—and rightly so—that products are properly tested and have passed all types of screenings to make... Read more
The trustee of bankrupt New England Compounding Pharmacy Inc. (NECC) and others have concluded the $100 million settlement with victims of contaminated steroid injections that led to a fatal... Read more
The trustee of bankrupt New England Compounding Pharmacy Inc. (NECC) and other parties are close to completing a proposed settlement in which victims of the 2012 meningitis outbreak would re... Read more
Owners and insurers of a now-bankrupt Massachusetts pharmacy linked to a deadly meningitis outbreak have agreed to pay more than $100 million to compensate victims, families of victims and c... Read more
It is hard to believe, but it appears Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill have found something on which they agree: Americans should not be killed by unregulated drug compounders. This... Read more
Two other compounding pharmacies have recalled products after federal regulators encountered problems with sterility testing by a contractor that serves more than 100 compounders across the... Read more
As deaths continue to climb in the ongoing outbreak of fungal meningitis infections caused by contaminated pain shots, a new survey of hospital pharmacists shows that they believe it could h... Read more
A judicial panel ruled on February 12th that all suits filed against the New England Compounding Center (NECC) pharmacy linked to a multi-state fungal meningitis outbreak will be heard in fe... Read more
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