What do you do when your company has a name alarmingly similar to one embroiled in scandal? If you’re David Rochefort, you change it. Rochefort, a pharmacist who founded Northern New England Compounding Pharmacy in Littleton, N.H. in 2006, said the name is too close to New England Compounding Center, the Framingham firm blamed for the meningitis outbreak that has caused dozens of deaths .“Our phone lines blew up because the names are so close,” he said. “That has been my life ever since.”
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