Meningitis for sale: US pharmacists point to sketchy corporate practices

In its continuing coverage of the meningitis outbreak Reuters reports that workers from a Massachusetts company owned by the drug manufacturer linked a recent US meningitis outbreak claimed they helped prepare dangerous narcotics in unsafe conditions. A series of emails revealed the connection between the two firms. ­Technicians and pharmacists at Ameridose, a drug manufacturing company neighboring the New England Compounding Center (NECC), which shares owners with Ameridose, told the New York Times they had safety concerns about the drugs they were producing.