AGs from 18 states offer solution to drug-import controversy

05/7/2004 |

Eighteen attorneys general urged the federal government to allow the importation of U.S.-made drugs from Canada by licensing states to either act as wholesalers themselves or to contract with wholesalers for acquiring the drugs at lower costs than can be found in the United States. Under the plan, the FDA would approve the plants in which the drugs are made and the drugs would have to be shipped to the U.S. in their original packaging, a solution designed to satisfy pharmaceutical complaints about safety.

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