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Drug GMP and CMC Updates In Brief: Guidance Advances on Several Fronts

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The US FDA revised two drug good manufacturing practice inspection programs in its compliance manual to reflect certain ICH guidance documents, efforts to control nitrosamine impurities and the use of inspection alternatives for evaluating facilities. Plus more recent developments in GMP and CMC compliance.

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