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Pharma Raises Concerns About Draft EU GDP Guideline

This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet

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The European Commission needs to fine tune its good distribution practices (GDP) guideline, the pharmaceutical industry said in comments on a proposed draft revision. Key issues include segregating EU and non-EU product, transportation vs. storage conditions, applicability to investigational products and time limits for transportation hubs.

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