What Not To Do When An FDA Inspector Comes Knocking At Your Door
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
FDA tweaks final guidance on what constitutes interference with FDA inspections to include examples of ‘reasonable’ explanations for sponsor delays; industry had requested many other changes.
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