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The GA Board of Pharmacy issued an advisory to all pharmacy permit holders clarifying that prescriptions must have a patient-specific name associated with them otherwise they are no considered “valid” under Georgia law.  All pharmacies engaged in compounding must adhere to USP <795> and <797> standards.

The GA Board website also includes an reminder that “It is illegal for any person or entity to purchase compounded medications within the state or out of state for office use or dispensing unless the company you are purchasing from has all necessary federal and state manufacturing licenses and all applicable state wholesale licenses. All compounded medications must be patient specific.” Click here for more information.

Posted: 1/4/2013


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