FDA Warning Wire: Donor Screening Lapses At Fertility Clinic

Law360, New York (July 18, 2017, 8:39 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Food and Drug Administration faulted a fertility clinic for its lax screening practices, found that a company was using the same vat to mix mouthwash and car polish, and scolded a light therapy company for not reporting a recall.

Here's this week's roundup of the FDA's latest enforcement actions:

FDA Slams Cracks in Egg Donation Screening

A fertility clinic wasn't properly screening its egg donors for exposure to the Zika virus, HIV, syphilis and other diseases, according to a warning letter dated June 29.

The FDA scolded Illinois-based Center for Reproductive Health for its egg donation screening processes, saying...

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