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Not There Yet: Concerns Persist On Appropriate Format Of EU GMP Guide For ATMPs

Executive Summary

After holding two rounds of public consultation on its proposals for good manufacturing practice requirements for advanced therapy medicinal products, the European Commission has still not been able to address stakeholder concerns regarding the appropriate format of this eagerly-awaited draft guideline.

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