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The world's second largest pharmaceutical firm has officially withdrawn from the lethal injection drug trade, imposing strict distribution controls to prevent its drugs reaching execution chambers across the USA.
Virginia state governor Terry McAuliffe has resurrected a proposal to use secret batches of specially mixed medicines in executions by lethal injection, raising concerns over a lack of transparency.
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice is facing calls to return medicines it purchased for use in executions using misleading methods
A pharmaceutical company which has taken steps to prevent its product from being used in executions is to receive an award recognising ethical leadership.
One of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies has taken steps to ensure its drugs cannot be used to carry out executions by lethal injection.
Prison authorities in South Dakota are refusing to release information on contaminated drugs made to order for an execution tonight (30 October).
Drugs from a compounding pharmacy have been used to execute a prisoner in Dakota in a potentially botched lethal injection, it has emerged.
Health care company Fresenius Kabi has put in place a system of distribution controls to prevent its product from being used off-label for executions by lethal injection.
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