The purpose of this article is to protect the health, safety and general welfare of residents of this state and to implement the federal Prescription Drug Marketing Act of 1987 (“PDMA”), U. S. Public Law 100-293, 102 Stat. 95, codified at 21 U. S. Code § 321 ; and particularly PDMA requirements that no person or entity may engage in the wholesale distribution of human prescription drugs in any state unless such person or entity is licensed by such state in accordance with federally-prescribed minimum standards, terms and conditions as set forth in guidelines issued by United States food and drug administration (FDA) regulations pursuant to 21 U. S. Code § 353(e)(2)(A) and (B) ; and such regulations as are set forth in 21 C. F. R. Part 205.
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