FDA Compliance Experts Advise Against Treating Minor Changes As ‘Planned Deviations’
It’s all about change control and risk management, FDA compliance experts tell rapt audience at PDA/FDA conference when confronted with the common practice of planning deviations so that production won’t falter.
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