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DSCSA Pilot Finds Blockchain Feasible For Meeting Track-And-Trace Requirements

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A pharmaceutical industry consortium gives the thumbs up for using blockchain technology to track and trace products through the supply chain to meet DSCSA mandate, yet says new standards are necessary.

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