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Pharmaceutical Industry Adopting Lifecycle Models for Process Validation

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The pharmaceutical industry is incorporating the lifecycle approach to process validation – and seeing some of its benefits after initial misgivings – while an FDA official discussed the elements of a robust process validation program and consequences when these are not in place. Industry is developing separate guidance on designing process validation studies for biotechnological drugs.

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