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FDA Employees Were ‘Granting Approval Without Knowing Why,’ Judge Rules In Ranbaxy Case

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily

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But court finds FDA has authority to correct its mistakes and revoke Ranbaxy’s tentative ANDA approvals

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