Ameridose, a pharmacy owned by New England Compounding Center (NECC), recalled thousands of intravenous drugs on Oct. 31 as a result of sterility concerns. The IV and pre-filled oral syringes ranged from delivery-room medications to neonatal and pediatric drugs, including pain medications for cancer patients. Read more to learn about the voluntary recall and what implications that could have for you.
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