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Pfizer Pauses To Remedy Quality At Irungattukottai Plant

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A more effective approach to quality assurance could result from an operational pause at a Pfizer plant in India, where the company is responding to US FDA inspectional observations of poor data integrity and inadequate investigations that are expected to result in a warning letter.

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