The Case of the Infertile Pigs: Wyeth Medica Ireland Charged with Improper Waste Disposal

Source: PharmaManufacturing.com

Jun 03, 2010

The Irish Times

Wyeth Medica Ireland (now part of Pfizer) pleaded guilty to the improper disposal of waste from the manufacture of a contraceptive drug made at its Newbridge plant. The drug wound up in treacle fed to pigs in the Netherlands, causing the animals to become infertile. The Irish Times reports.

 

 

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