Two more New England Compounding Center drugs contaminated

Two more drugs made by the New England Compounding Center (NECC) are crawling with various kinds of bacteria, FDA tests reveal. The NECC is the Massachusetts compounding pharmacy whose drugs are the likely source of the ongoing outbreak of fungal meningitis.

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3 Responses to “Two more New England Compounding Center drugs contaminated”


  1. 1 Hirnhaut November 4, 2012 at 10:11 am

    There is a petition to request greater regulation of drug compounding facilities on the ”We the People” WhiteHouse.gov website. Compounding facilities need greater regulation to meet the medical standards that warrant Americans’ trust in healthcare. You can view and sign the petition here (you may have to cut and paste in your browser): http://wh.gov/kyfg

  2. 2 Joan Bower November 12, 2012 at 12:47 pm

    Yes my husband had a heart bypass (5) in June and I just found out that they used the recall cardioplegic solution and he went in a heathy man on no meds and when he woke up he was paralized on the whole left side he is still in a wheet chair surgery June 7th just came home Oct. 9th Iwant some answers if this bad drug could have caused him to be paralized on the left side. I would appreciate if someone would give me some answers I do not this drug is used to paralize the heart so if this drug was bad this could have caused this to my husband

    • 3 Joan Bower December 7, 2012 at 5:53 pm

      They keep telling me tht the drug was OK nothing wrong with it. Somebody is not being hones and I would like some anwers


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