Canada probes Sepracor worker's death

Labor officials in Nova Scotia want to know to why a 46-year-old quality-control technician died 18 hours after inhaling D-Malic acid at a Sepracor plant. A stop-work order has been issued to the laboratory "until further notice." Report

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