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FDA Sheds Light On How It Will Gauge Pharmaceutical Quality During Inspections

Agency Says NIPP Protocols Will Be Expanded To Non-Sterile Drugs Next Year

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The US FDA announces plans to expand its new protocol-based approach to inspections, NIPP, to non-sterile drugs and provides glimpse of what metrics the agency is using to measure pharmaceutical quality during inspections.

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