William Koustas (FDA Law Blog) writes, “The DSCSA tasked FDA with addressing three issues in this guidance: (1) identifying scenarios that could increase the risk of suspect product entering the supply chain; (2) recommending ways trading partners can identify and determine whether product is suspect; and (3) creating a process for trading partners to terminate illegitimate product notifications. FDC Act § 582(h)(2). The Draft Guidance addressed each of these three issues as follows:” . . .
Read the full article: via FDA Law Blog: And So It Begins: FDA Issues First DSCSA Guidance.
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