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Lee Rosebush Reviews Research Report on State Oversight of Sterile Drug Compounding

News / February 25, 2016

Partner Lee Rosebush was one of four external reviewers of the report, “National Assessment of State Oversight of Sterile Drug Compounding,” published in February 2016. The study, commissioned by The Pew Charitable Trusts and conducted by researchers from the University of Illinois at Chicago, assesses the national landscape of state policies on compounding sterile drugs—such as medicines that are injected or infused into the body.

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