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IACP Members:


You and I have at least one thing in common: We care about pharmacy compounding and our patients.


Maybe we pursue success differently, growing our own unique service niches. But as good as we are on our own, the degree of our success is always dependent on how laws, regulations, and standards-setting affect us.Think about DQSA and its profound restructuring of federal compounding regulation. Or FDA’s MOU proposal that would limit out-of-state shipments of compounded medications to five percent in states that don’t sign it. Or the restrictions on BUD extensions in the new USP chapters. 


Just one ill-considered piece of legislation or irrational regulation can harm patient access – and when our patients can’t access compounded medications, we all lose.


That’s why being an IACP member matters. As an individual, you have limited time and political power to affect the policymaking process – to lobby Congress or deal with FDA, for instance. But in IACP, you’re part of an organization representing thousands of compounding professionals like you, with resources focused on your interests, and with a track record of protecting your compounding pharmacy practice.


IACP’s Political Action Committee leverages our collective strength. The PAC supports candidates who think like you do – candidates who’ll listen to IACP on the issues that matter to compounding professionals. Candidates who’ll not only listen when we brief them on our legislation but will also reach out to federal agencies when proposed regulation doesn’t adhere to congressional intent.


At this critical point – with Congress considering HR 1959, legislation that would clarify the compounding provisions in DQSA and give FDA explicit instructions about their regulatory authority – we need you to step up and help protect what you and I have in common: our pharmacy compounding practice and our patients.


Here is an investment form. Just complete it and return it to us via fax or U.S. Mail or scan it and send to Remember, IACP’s PAC can only accept PERSONAL investments, so please use a personal credit card or check, not corporate. Any amount you invest is needed and appreciated –$500, $1,000, $2,500, lump sum or monthly … You decide.


I have invested, and you should, too. Together we can help support members of Congress who support compounding – and we’ll make a difference for our patients and our practices!



Shawn Hodges, IACP President-Elect

Owner, Innovation Compounding

Kennesaw, Georgia

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