Canada Lifts Apotex Indian Sites Ban, FDA To Follow?
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Canada has lifted a ban on imports from two Indian pharmaceutical plants owned by Canadian generics giant Apotex, a year after halting shipments over allegations that company employees had faked drug test results.
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