Ranbaxy Woes Continue With 30-plus Product Import Alert
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
FDA will lift a portion of its import alert for generic drugs made in two of Ranbaxy's facilities to allow the company to import antiviral ganciclovir to avoid a drug shortage
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In the final stage of a drawn-out saga, Ranbaxy will pay $500 million to U.S. federal agencies to settle civil and criminal proceedings related to manufacture and supply of adulterated drugs from two Indian sites.
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A consent decree signed in January specified Ranbaxy must never submit another application for the withdrawn products.