Industry Groups Seek Clarity From FDA On Exception Handling Under DSCSA
As supply chain partners drill down into implementing the last phase of Drug Supply Chain Security Act serialization, they ask FDA for more clarity, and some relief, on exception handling for products with no serial numbers after full track-and-trace goes into effect.
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