Here's the whistleblower, Cheryl Eckard, who humiliated GlaxoSmithKline with regard to the appalling lapses at their manufacturing plant in Cidra, Puerto Rico.
Eckard had gone to Glaxo officials and complained about the lapses at their plant in Puerto Rico . She was fired.
I love the statement from Glaxo.
"We regret that we operated the Cidra facility in a manner that was inconsistent with current Good Manufacturing Practice requirements and with GSK's commitment to manufacturing quality. GSK worked hard to resolve fully the manufacturing issues at the Cidra facility prior to its closure in 2009 and we are committed to continuous improvement in our manufacturing processes. Our commitment to compliance with cGMP is demonstrated by the fact that we have not received an FDA warning letter at any plant since the Cidra facility was cited in July 2002."
No apology then?
For her whistleblowing antics, Eckard will be $96 million better off.
The guilty plea by GlaxoSmithKline sees them admit that drugs made at its former SB Pharmco Puerto Rico plant may have been contaminated or made above or below the properly calibrated dosage.
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