Marchese Hospital solutions, the Hamilton based company involved in the chemotherapy underdosing controversy, says it feels vindicated.
The report into the situation concluded there was no evidence of any malicious or deliberate dilution of drugs.
It goes on to say Health Canada should regulate all preparation of drug mixtures outside licensed pharmacies.
And Ontario is being urged to bring in stronger rules for licensed pharmacies.
A statement from Marchese says it looks forward to implementing the recommendations.
The report comes after it was discovered some 12-hundred cancer patients, including 40 children, in Ontario and New Brunswick received diluted chemotherapy drugs.