FDA bans Teva vet medications after lacunae found in company's facilities

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 1, 2009 09:23

The US Federal Drug Administration (FDA) decided to ban the use of veterinary medications produced by Israeli generic-pharmaceuticals giant Teva Pharmaceuticals after it decided the company's regulations in its veterinary facilities were not up to standard, Army Radio reported Saturday morning. The company said in response it would address all lacunae so that it's facilities meet the demands of the FDA.


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