West expands Arizona plant; NASA delivers drugs with drone;

> Emergent BioSolutions ($EBS) will manufacture its treatment for Ebola virus at its East Baltimore manufacturing facility after winning a BARDA contract for $19.7 million. Story

> A 74-year-old Carthage, MO, doctor has been sentenced to 5 years probation and ordered to pay $971,854 in restitution and to forfeit $1.2 million for using foreign-made drugs on cancer patients. Release

> West Pharmaceutical Services has expanded a plant in Scottsdale, AZ, where it makes its electronic wearable injectors. Release

And Finally... NASA and private company Flirtey have tested a pilotless plane to deliver drugs to remote locations. Story

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