Florida drug-tracking law may be delayed, revised

04/5/2005 | Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

A 2003 Florida law intended to keep counterfeit drugs from reaching consumers is facing requests by pharmacies and drug wholesalers that it be delayed indefinitely because it would require too much paperwork. The "drug pedigree" system would require a certificate of authenticity and tracking of all medicines from manufacturer to consumer, not just the 30 medications for which tracking is already required.

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