ISPE Talks Process Validation: Managing CMOs, Figuring PPQ Batches
This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet
The pharmaceutical industry is proposing new approaches for managing validation activities of contract manufacturing organizations and for estimating the number of batches to run during process validation.
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