"If they're supporting this, I have to believe they could have done something by now to have some sort of system in place — the history speaks for itself," said Carmen Catizone, executive director of the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy.
Meanwhile, a spokesman for the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers Association, which represents nearly all large drugmakers, said the group has been reaching out to suppliers and pharmacies "to try to tackle the complex technological and operational issues presented" by various track and trace proposals.
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