Mylan Says No Deficiencies At W.Va. Plant

CANONSBURG, Pa. (AP) -- Generic drugmaker Mylan Inc. says federal regulators found no deficiencies at the company's manufacturing facility in northern West Virginia.

In July, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that employees at the facility in Morgantown, W.Va., regularly ignored warnings about problems in the manufacturing process. Mylan has disputed that.

Mylan says a Food and Drug Administration final report closed its inspection.

Canonsburg, Pa.-based Mylan is one of the world's largest makers of generic drugs. Company officials said Thursday in a statement that Mylan's "manufacturing facilities -- especially our plant in Morgantown -- have always represented the gold standard when it comes to quality."

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