Good Deal? Firms Seek Details On FDA ISO Audit Report Submission Program
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Device makers generally support FDA's plan for accepting voluntary international audit reports as a means for possibly delaying an FDA inspection, but firms say more details need to be spelled out before many will agree to participate
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