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    European Regulatory Roundup: Sweden Limits Availability of Paracetamol (5 November 2015)

    Welcome to our European Regulatory Roundup, our weekly overview of the top EU regulatory news. Swedish Regulators Limit Availability of Paracetamol Sweden has prohibited the sale of paracetamol tablets outside of pharmacies. The action follows a decision by the Swedish Medical Products Agency (MPA), which ruled in April to limit where the drug is sold in an attempt to curb the rise in paracetamol poisonings.  MPA’s ruling overturned a decision from 2009, at which ...
  • Chinese Suppliers Tied to Tainted Heparin

    • 23 February 2012
    Fourteen Chinese companies have been linked to contaminated heparin, an anticoagulant commonly used during surgical procedures and dialysis, according to a Wall Street Journal report . The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) added these companies to an import list allowing FDA to stop shipments at the border. That list already included eight other Chinese suppliers who were believe to have provided tainted raw materials for the making of heparin. The Wall Street J...