Who's Safeguarding the Drug Supply?

Drugs like the blood thinner heparin face a long and winding road as they're transformed from raw ingredients into sophisticated medications. At its best, it's a global drug market that helps patients in all corners of the world get the medications they need. At worst, it's a supply chain that's exceedingly difficult to unravel when those drugs are associated with making people sick. But just how difficult it is to ensure the safety of a final product made with ingredients coming from abroad...Full Story
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