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States are cracking down on specialty pharmacies, conducting surprise inspections and weighing proposals to require companies to obtain special permits to mix sterile drugs. The moves are in response to last fall’s deadly meningitis outbreak, which was linked to tainted steroid shots made by a Massachusetts pharmacy.

About a dozen states, including Maryland and Virginia, are considering legislation that would require stricter licensing requirements for specialty pharmacies, known as compounders.

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