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Pharmaceutical Industry Has Not Made Business Case for Quality

This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet

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The pharmaceutical industry has not made the business case for quality, according to a recent PDA survey. A majority of pharmaceutical manufacturers did not calculate the cost of poor quality, yet many have adopted Six Sigma and similar programs for improving quality.

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