Supply Chain Safety’s Dual Visions: Pedigree Or Just Serialization
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
As Congress considers how to ensure downstream supply chain security, industry groups are looking at a process to link drugs to their manufacturer. But in a recent communication with the Senate HELP Committee, FDA backs a “comprehensive national track-and-trace system.”
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