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Next Step For FDA's 'Case For Quality'? 8 New Guidance Docs

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Device manufacturers and FDA investigators reported generally positive experiences with FDA’s "critical-to-quality" inspection pilot, but the agency has decided to shift the focus to producing eight new guidance documents to better suit the project’s mission.

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