Federal Court Issues Injunction Against Pharmaceutical Company

The corporation is prohibited from distributing drugs after not complying with federal manufacturing requirements.

The District Court of Massachusetts brought a permanent injunction against Pharmasol Corporation, which is based in that state, to keep the company from distributing drugs until it complies with the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. The Department of Justice had filed a complaint against the company and its president for distributing drugs that did not comply with the manufacturing requirements of the government.

“When drug manufacturers violate the law and disregard safety standards, they put consumers at significant risk. In this case, the defendant’s company distributed adulterated, poor-quality drugs without regard for patients and consumers,” said Director Jill Furman of the Office of Compliance in the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research.

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For Director Furman as she oversees the FDA’s Office of Compliance.
  • For Commissioner Califf to be discerning as he heads the Food and Drug Administration.
  • For officials in the Justice Department as they bring suit against companies that do not comply with federal regulations.

Sources: Food and Drug Administration


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