Compounding fallout rattles Wilmington firm
The Boston Globe - 08/24/2015
An FDA spokesman, responding to a Globe inquiry on Sunday, said the agency was reviewing the issue but was unable to comment immediately.
Todd Brown, vice chairman of the Department of Pharmacy and Health Systems Services at Northeastern University, said he is not aware of First Databank or any listing service judging a product and dropping it. Their job is to list the codes, he said.
Sager said the compounding law’s failure to explicitly regulate kits may have left First Databank concerned about legal liability.
Muni has appealed to First Databank, so far without success.