The Curious Case of Mylan-Morgantown: What's Behind the "Red Screen"?

If you're trying to make sense of the news coming out of Morgantown in regards to allegations of quality issues at Mylan's facility, here is a quick chronology of recent events:

July 26: The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette publishes an investigative article, reporting on how Mylan workers had systematically ignored quality control checks and “red screen” alarms.

A sidebar story details the red screen activity.

July 26-27: Mylan asks FDA to visit Morgantown facility; FDA visits immediately and finds, in Mylan’s words, that “baseless accusations in the article were unfounded.”

The Associated Press runs a story citing FDA sources, who say that the investigation is ongoing and that no conclusions have been formed as of yet.

July 29: Mylan issues press release saying it has “enhanced” its executive team.

Stay tuned . . .