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ICH Harmonized Global Stability Testing Recommendations Sought By PhRMA

Executive Summary

The Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America and the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries Associations have convened a working group to establish harmonized global stability testing recommendations for drug products across climatic zones

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