ON-LINE ELECTRONIC CHECK OF CUT LABELING OPPOSED BY NDMA
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
ON-LINE ELECTRONIC CHECK OF CUT LABELING OPPOSED BY NDMA in Oct. 4 comments to FDA challenging the agency's final rule amending the current good manufacturing practice regulations (cGMPS) on labeling control. In the case of cut labeling such as package inserts, the Nonprescription Drug Manufacturers Association maintained that "adequate differentiation by size, shape, or color" as well as other validated approaches are less costly and may represent better methods of control than electronic verification.
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