Longtime Rye Pharmacist Reportedly Loses License Over Contaminated Medicine

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Long-time Rye pharmacist Steven J. Cosentino had his license revoked for multiple infractions recently. Photo Credit: Flickr user AKZOphoto

RYE, N.Y. -- A long-time pharmacist in Rye had his license revoked after he allegedly issued medication without prescriptions and failed to warn patients about potentially contaminated medicine, according to LoHud.com. 

Steven J. Cosentino and his company, Rockwell Compounding Associates didn't hold the required registrations to produce or distribute medications in bulk, LoHud.com reported. 

Cosentino was also reprimanded and fined $7,500 for similar practices in 2002, LoHud.com said. 

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