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Some Double Bar-Coding Required After November DSCSA Deadline, US FDA Says

Executive Summary

As agency offers further guidance on how and when to begin complying with Drug Supply Chain Security Act requirements, one twist is that some packages will need two barcodes, depending on the circumstances.

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