Pharmaceutical Industry Not 'Reaping the Benefits' Of Quality Risk Management Tools, Expert Says
Despite the benefits in improving product quality and reducing product defects, the pharmaceutical industry is still struggling to incorporate ICH Q9 quality risk management principles into quality operations, and even more dispiriting, there is still lingering uncertainty on what constitutes quality risk management.
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