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FDA Urges Full Participation In Quality Metrics Program

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Despite the voluntary nature of US FDA’s program, an agency official urges full participation. Without data from such participation, FDA will not be able to predict drug shortages and industry will not see the benefits of reduced inspections and streamlined change control.

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