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US FDA: Pharmaceutical Distribution Entering DSCSA Compliance ‘Stabilization Period’

Executive Summary

Agency officials advise drug supply chain partners what stabilization activities they expect to see during one-year “enforcement discretion” period; industry lawyers advise that anyone found coasting could face discretionary enforcement. More discretion, more guidance in the works, including a final ruling on state preemption.

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