WASHINGTON — The recently passed Drug Quality and Security Act will enable greater traceability and improved detection and removal of potentially dangerous drugs from the supply chain, said Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg during a press conference Monday. “This critical new law is designed to protect the public from counterfeit, stolen or otherwise harmful drugs by enabling certain drugs to be traced as they move through the U.S. drug supply ...

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