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FDA Calls for Greater Compliance With FAR Reporting Requirements

This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet

Executive Summary

FDA examines field alert report data for early warnings of emerging quality issues, but finds only questions as many companies submit few if any FARs to the agency. Meanwhile, some manufacturers are finding benefits from reporting and dealing with drug defects and errors, improving corporate culture and in one case saving nearly $1 billion.

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