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Blame it on the contractor.

That’s the reason Heritage Pharmaceuticals gave the Food and Drug Administration after an agency inspector found 10 instances in which the generic drug maker failed to convey side effect reports about its medicines, which is required by law.


Between 2010 and 2014, the company did not submit an unspecified number of side effect reports concerning an undisclosed number of its drugs, according to a Nov. 5 warning letter that the agency sent to the drug maker.

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