Compounding pharmacy issues recall

05/29/2013 |

Tennessee-based Main Street Family Pharmacy issued a recall of all of the company's sterile products after injections containing methylprednisolone acetate were linked to adverse reactions in seven patients. Tennessee recently relaxed restrictions on compounding pharmacies, a change that allows compounders to prepare drugs in the absence of a prescription, in an effort to alleviate drug shortages.

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