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FDA to Implement Long-Delayed Rx Pedigree Requirements
July 10, 2006
Following the recommendations of a report just released by its Counterfeit Task Force, the FDA has decided to allow pedigree requirements for prescription drugs to go into effect in December because pharmaceutical manufacturers have failed to adopt the electronic track-and-trace technology on the scale the agency urged them to implement by 2007.
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