In the August 1 problem of AJHP according to articles and accompanying editorial.

Sterilizing filters were transformed during filtration slowdown or clogging without replacing the entire tubing set. Insufficient volumes of postfiltration solution were utilized during sterility testing. The investigating group also discovered that harmful bacteria were able to pass through 0.2 – and 0.22-µm filters intended for sterilization of the amino acid solution. However, the bacteria did not pass 0 through.2-µm filters whenever a USP-recommended 0.5-µm prefilter was used. The creation of USP chapter 797 — a set of regulations that governs an array of pharmacy guidelines and procedures, including compounded sterile preparations — has reduced instances of planning contamination, but many gaps still remain, based on the article authors.

Other video clips, also taken to the public’s attention from the guts for Medical Progress, have served as an eye-starting disgrace against PP. One involves Dr. Mary Gatter, Planned Parenthood’s Medical Directors’ Council President, bargaining over fetal organs and even talking about using less crunchy techniques — an apparent selling point — to preserve body parts. In another video, Dr. Savita Ginde, Vice President and Medical Director of Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, shares tips on the way the organization can avoid problems when problems regarding the unlawful sale of baby organs arise.Other video clips, also taken to the public’s attention from the guts for Medical Progress, have served as an eye-starting disgrace against PP. One involves Dr. Mary Gatter, Planned Parenthood’s Medical Directors’ Council President, bargaining over fetal organs and even talking about using less crunchy techniques — an apparent selling point — to preserve body parts. In another video, Dr. Savita Ginde, Vice President and Medical Director of Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, shares tips on the way the organization can avoid problems when problems regarding the unlawful sale of baby organs arise.