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FDA Flags Up Repeat Issues At Pfizer's McPherson Plant in Kansas

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Problems persist at Pfizer’s US manufacturing facility in McPherson, Kansas, after an FDA audit led the agency to issue a ‘Form 483’ report with eight observations, seven of which were repeated from inspections dating back to as far as 2012.

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