In Brief: FSMA deadlines, adulteration bill, pharma supply chain pilot
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FSMA deadlines set in consent decree; supplement adulteration legislation introduced; Maximus Niterider has GMP problems; modified risk claim on tobacco committee agenda; and more In Brief.
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