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U.S. Food and Drug Administration Takes Aim (Again) at Animal Compounding: Draft Guidance for Industry #256 Lacks Authority, Will Increase Costs, and Put Pets at Risk

Author(s):  Brunner Scott

Issue:  May/Jun 2020 - Volume 24, Number 3
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Page(s):  198-199

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