How FDA Will Use Its New Authority against Denying, Limiting or Refusing Inspections – And Why Industry is Still Worried
This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet
How will FDA use its recently drafted guidance against obstructing inspections? Industry fears it may depend on how individual investigators interpret terms like “reasonable.”
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