Quality Risk Management Adoption Wider than it is Deep, Survey Shows
This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet
A high percentage of pharmaceutical companies say they have the quality risk management programs that US and EU inspectors are asking for. The trouble is that many of them are not yet very mature.
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