Mass. firm in meningitis case eyes bankruptcy help

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State officials charge the company with violating its state license, which permitted the company to make drugs only for individual patients based on specific prescriptions. Instead, state officials say, the company made large batches of drugs for broad distribution.

NECC had said it always strove to follow the laws in the states it operated in.

According to Friday’s filing, the bankruptcy court has granted the company extra time to file its schedules of assets and liabilities and statement of financial affairs.

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Associated Press reporter Sylvia Lee Wingfield contributed to this report from Boston.

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