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FDA publishes, then pulls list of 75 providers that got drugs

Seventy-five Massachusetts doctors, hospital facilities, eye clinics, and rehabilitation centers received drugs in recent months produced by the New England Compounding Center, the Framingham pharmacy ­under investigation for producing tainted injections linked to nearly 300 cases of fungal ­meningitis in 16 states, and 23 deaths, the US Food and Drug Administration said.

These health providers were listed on the FDA website Monday but later in the night the agency pulled the list, saying it had found technical problems and “the data are incorrect.”

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