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FDA Identifies Excipients At Risk for Potential Melamine Contamination

This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet

Executive Summary

Which excipients might be vulnerable to melamine substitution? FDA provides its list of 23 at-risk excipients and recommends specific steps for safeguarding them.

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