Medical Malpractice

Drug Manufacturers Hiding More Than Patients Know

Unsanitary conditions, and the truth behind labeling generic drugs

Just last month a Framingham, Mass., drug manufacturer, New England Compounding Center (NECC), unnecessarily infected more than 400 people across the nation because of a meningitis outbreak traced to a contaminated batch of steroids made by the lab. That outbreak has been linked to a reported 386 illnesses and 28 deaths according to the latest Centers for Disese Control and Prevention data.

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