Pharma Industry Still Not At 'Tipping Point' In Adopting Continuous Manufacturing
Regulators and industry officials agree that despite efforts to spur development of continuous manufacturing, uptake has been slow globally. FDA still is on learning curve and acknowledges a knowledge gap around some of the higher order principles associated with continuous manufacturing.
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