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The outbreak that has led to 438 infections, including 32 deaths, can be blamed in part on a patchwork of state regulations for compounding pharmacies that restrained federal officials from intervening, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg told members of a House subcommittee in Washington today.

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The outbreak that has led to 438 infections, including 32 deaths, can be blamed in part on a patchwork of state regulations for compounding pharmacies that restrained federal officials from intervening, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg told members of a House subcommittee in Washington today.
November 14, 2012
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