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There’s Clean…and then there’s ‘Cleanroom Clean.’

When it comes to cleanroom and controlled-environment news, the stories we read in the press can often be dramatic. Last week, we reviewed a dire situation with ebola where sub-standard gowns, gloves, and glove liners were jeopardizing the lives of … Read More

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When Standard Operating Procedures Aren’t Enough

Although the FDA sometimes has a reputation as a stickler, it’s clear that the Food and Drug Administration often demonstrates a lot of patience, too—except when a company refuses to update their operating procedures to make required fixes to bring … Read More

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Contamination Control News: It’s the Difference Between Life and Death

Ebola. Even that small collection of letters on a page is enough to strike fear into most people. And rightly so. In a recent outbreak of the disease in Liberia, a small West African nation bordered by Sierra Leone … Read More

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Contamination Control News: Compounding the Problem

Question of the Week: When does owning not one but two slick websites make up for the absence of ethics in aseptic processing?

Answer: When it comes to a compounding pharmacy – never!

Yet Professional Arts Pharmacy, a compounding pharmacy … Read More

Contamination Control News: Examining the Scope of the Problem.

Imagine the scenario: after experiencing weeks of sudden and unexplained pain in your stomach, your doctor – suspecting ulcers – refers you to the hospital for tests. Or perhaps you rush your toddler to the ER after he swallowed part … Read More

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Contamination Control News: Do You Dare To Go Bare?

The food processing and healthcare industries are often linked in the media, and in the mind of the general public, for obvious and frequently deeply unpleasant reasons. And when stories break, they’re usually rooted in failures by the former … Read More

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