In 2012, 753 patients in 20 states were diagnosed with fungal infections after receiving injections of preservative-free methylprednisolone acetate (MPA) manufactured by NECC. Of those 753 patients, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that 64 patients in nine states died. The government has since identified a total of 793 patients throughout the country harmed by NECC’s contaminated steroids.

General Directions:
ï‚· Find and Read the California State Board of Pharmacy Accusation:

o https://www.pharmacy.ca.gov/enforcement/fy1213/ac1…

Answer the following Questions:

  1. ListallcitedlawsandregulationsthatNECCallegedlyviolated.
  2. Whatisthedifferencebetween“manufacturing”and“compounding”?
  3. Whatisthe2013DrugQuality&SecurityAct(DQSA),andhowdoesitdirectly relate to this case?
  4. IsthereanywaythataCalifornia-licensedpharmacycouldlawfullyengagein both drug manufacturing AND compounding?

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