E-Pedigree Could Be A Key Law Enforcement Tool, J&J Exec Says
While much of the discussion surrounding electronic pedigrees and the accompanying track-and-trace technology has been focused on allowing all parts of the supply chain to verify the authenticity of the pharmaceutical products they receive, the data and technology also could be a valuable tool for law enforcement agents
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