Kentucky pharmacy owner pleads guilty to unlawful distribution of prescription drugs

According to the plea arrangement, in between 2018 and 2020, the pharmacy sent out 112 vials of the drug to a physician in Los Angeles who ran an anti-aging/wellness center. Instead of sending patient-specific prescriptions to the pharmacy, the physician made bulk orders of the drug without providing prescriptions or providing accurate client names..

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Jeremy Delk, the drug stores owner and CEO, pleaded guilty to one count of unlawfully taking part in wholesale distribution of a prescription drug. The Justice Department said that when Tailor Made Compounding was investigated in 2018, Mr. Delk took steps to hide records of the drug stores wholesale distributions of the controlled substances, as well as other records..

SARMS are synthetic chemicals created to simulate the effects of testosterone and other anabolic steroids, the Justice Department stated. Theyre typically marketed and cost body-building purposes..

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An intensifying drug store in Nicholasville, Ky., and its owner confessed in federal court to the illegal circulation of intensified prescription drugs, the U.S. Justice Department said Oct. 29..

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Tailor Made Compounding concurred to surrender $1.79 million, which was its total sales for the illegal drug products in 2019..

Mr. Delk is scheduled to be sentenced in February and faces up to 10 years in jail and an optimum fine of $250,000..

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Tailor Made Compounding pleaded guilty to one count of dispersing unapproved drugs in the U.S. in between 2018 and 2020. The pharmacy dispersed selective androgen receptor modulators, or SARMS, which arent FDA authorized for distribution in the U.S..