Weighing Shortage Risk, FDA Clears Releasing Metabolic Formulas Made At Abbott’s Closed Plant
With Michigan facility closed as cause of bacterial contamination is investigated, FDA announces “has no objection” to Abbott releasing specialty and metabolic formulas “to individuals needing urgent, life-sustaining supplies” on a case-by-case basis.
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