AER Compliance Will Require Preparation, Preparation, Preparation – AHPA
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Some dietary supplement firms plan to hire contractors to handle consumers' adverse event reports, but most firms will not need outside help if they properly prepare for collecting AERs, industry experts said during a training seminar Feb. 22
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