Human Medications, Human Drugs, Animal Medications, Animal Drugs, Pharmacy law, Pharmaceutical law, Compounding law, Sterile and Non Sterile Compounding 797 Compliance, Veterinary law, Veterinary
Compounding Law; Health Care; Awareness of all Types of Compounding Issues;
Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs), Outsourcing Facilities
Food and Drug Administration and Compliance Issues
Thursday, June 23, 2016
Question of the Day July 23, 2016 61 Members of the House of Representatives signed a letter sent to the FDA urging FDA to Allow for Office-Use Drug Compounding in Pharmacies and claiming to know the intent of the full Congress and appearing to step in to the arena of judicial interpretation of legislation. If this was really the intent of the prior Congress who passed the DQSA why didn't every member who passed the legislation sign a letter to the FDA? Are the members of Congress who signed the letter violating separations of powers' principles? Why or why not?