U.S. FDA Set To Strengthen Inspections Of Chinese Drugmakers, Search For Adulterants In Aftermath Of Heparin Deaths – CDER Official
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BEIJING - As U.S. FDA leaders select inspectors to deploy across three new offices being set up in China, the organization is also preparing to ramp up the number of inspections and the level of scrutiny of Chinese drugmakers that export to the U.S
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