M9 Biowaivers Guidance Nearly Harmonised During ICH Meeting
Experts came close to harmonizing draft ICH M9 guidance on biowaivers, which allow in-vitro in lieu of in-vivo bioequivalence testing under certain circumstances. Final guidance is expected soon, Drug Information Association annual meeting told.
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