News of Note—Mylan now recalling 104 lots of valsartan medications

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> Mylan, after initially recalling just 15 lots of valsartan-based drugs that it says were tainted by a carcinogen, has now expanded its consumer-level voluntary nationwide recall to include all 104 lots of valsartan-containing products within expiry. Release

> Boehringer Ingelheim has sold its synthetic API plant to Japan’s AGC which will now have its first FDA-approved facility in Europe in the CDMO business. Release

> After putting South Korea’s Barox on its import alert list, the FDA has issued a warning letter to the OTC repackager. Warning letter

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> The FDA has issued a Form 483 to Gadea Biopharma in Leon, Spain, after an inspection of the sterile drug manufacturer lacked some of the basic processes for producing drugs. Form 483

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