Updated: ImprimisRx's Approval And Superiority Claims For Compounded Drug Draw FDA Warning
The company known for compounding versions of Martin Shkreli’s Daraprim and Allergan’s Restasis is hit with a warning letter for promotions in professional periodicals about its compounded eye drop.
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