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Nitrosamine Testing Policy From European Pharmacopeia’ Largely Aligns With USP

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Two groups have issued largely complementary testing methods for measuring nitrosamine impurities in drugs, and the differences that do exist are “insignificant,” EDQM official advises. The two are working to further harmonize testing standards, given the global scope of the nitrosamine scare.

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