India intends to establish drug testing labs in effort to boost quality

India is planning to spend about INR17.5 billion ($270 million) to make sure every state has a drug testing laboratory as part of an effort to improve manufacturing quality. Ten states, including the capital, New Delhi, and the heavily populated state of West Bengal, have no testing labs. Story

Suggested Articles

McCallum was hit with a warning letter from the FDA for testing issues with its products and failing to keep appropriate records.

The FDA made public a voluntary recall of sterile injectables made by Coastal Meds of Mississippi, after visible particles were found in some vials.

The FDA hit New Jersey-based CMO Tris Pharma with a warning letter, citing significant violations.