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CHPA is deeply concerned that safe and effective medicines manufactured by its member companies are being diverted to manufacture meth. We understand the scope of this problem and are committed to the need for strong action to prevent the diversion of these important medicines to the illegal manufacturing of methamphetamine.

Oct 20, 2005

We submit these comments on behalf of CHPA in response to the proposed rule regarding security requirements for manufacturers, distributors, importers, and exporters of pseudoephedrine, ephedrine, and phenylpropanolamine.

Oct 28, 2004

This letter is submitted on behalf of CHPA, FMI, HDMA, and NACDS. The purpose of the letter is to express our united concern that the DEA’s proposed rule is not supported by existing evidence and will impose a significant burden on the regulated industry.

Oct 22, 2004

CHPA and its members share DEA's concerns regarding the diversion of pseudoephedrine, ephedrine, and phenylpropanolamine products. However, CHPA does not believe that the notice of proposed rulemaking provides interested parties an adequate record to evaluate and comment upon the security measures DEA now proposes.

Sep 20, 2004

These comments are in response to the "interpretive rule" DEA published to provide a "Clarification of the Exemption of Sales by Retail Distributors of Pseudoephedrine and Phenylpropanolamine Products."

Feb 27, 2004

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The Annual Forecast for Planned Monograph Activities describes planned monograph activities that FDA intends to address over the ensuing three years.

The foundation’s consumer-facing and mobile-friendly website,, provides consumers with easily accessible information and guidance on how to safely use, store, and dispose of self-care products.

Manufacturers have developed an anti-smurfing educational program for the retail setting that is voluntary and offered to retailers at no cost. The intent is to educate potential illegal purchasers about related criminal penalties and how the real-time, stop-sale system works.

This Proposed Safety Administrative Order addresses the GRASE status of codeine, codeine phosphate, and codeine sulfate as antitussive active ingredients.

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