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US FDA's Surveillance Office Using Predictive Analytics To Measure Pharmaceutical Quality

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The US FDA used predictive analytics to mine data from 346 field alert reports to gauge the strength of manufacturers’ quality systems with the idea of using it to help set inspection priorities.

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