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Executive Summary

Neonatal screening kits produced at the firm's Norton, Ohio plant are subject to additional FDA testing and labeling requirements, per a Feb. 13 agreement with the agency allowing the resumption of production. The plant is slated to shut in approximately six months, with all manufacturing to be consolidated at a Turku, Finland site. U.S. marshals seized nearly $1 mil. in kits Feb. 4, due to a lack of response to QSR violations (1"The Gray Sheet" Feb. 9, 2004, p. 16)...

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