FDA Urges Firms To Control Metal Impurities From Equipment And Containers
Drug makers working to comply with new ICH Q3D metal impurity standards should pay special attention to the possibility of metals leaching from manufacturing equipment and container closures, an FDA official says at agency workshop.
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