FDA gets hands on user fees; FDA approves Vetter warehouse; DEA links UPS, FedEx to online pharmacies;

> A continuing resolution signed Wednesday by President Barack Obama will allow the FDA to again spend the industry user fees for such things as foreign plant inspections. Report

> German CDMO Vetter has gotten FDA approval for an 18,000-square-meter high-bay warehouse for cold storage and room-temperature products, as well as visual inspection. Release

> The FDA has approved a new generic product--diphenhydramine injection (brand name Benadryl)--which is contained in pre-filled glass syringes with modifications to address some of the connectivity concerns with luer access devices. Update

> The DEA is investigating the connection that FedEx and UPS have to online pharmacies. Report

And Finally... In the crying-over-spilled-milk category, drug distributor McKesson ($MCK) has been awarded $40.5 million from Iran for the seizure more than 30 years ago of a dairy McKesson set up with Iranian investors 20 years before that. Story