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FDA Aims For Transparency In Releasing New Risk-Based Site Selection Model For Determining Who Is Inspected Next

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US FDA explains new risk-based model for selecting manufacturing sites for inspection in US and abroad. By releasing information about the model, FDA aims to shed some transparency in its decision-making process. 

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