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Shannon Brown

Shannon covers pharmaceutical quality, manufacturing, and regulatory topics for Informa. She is also interested in environmental issues and covers sustainability initiatives in manufacturing. She started her career as a writer and editor at the US National Cancer Institute. After several years of freelancing for healthcare and environmental outlets, she received an MA in Science Writing from Johns Hopkins University and started at Informa.

Hailing from Oahu, Hawaii, she enjoys travel and is also an avid reader and practitioner of yoga. She speaks Spanish and elementary German.

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Industry Balks At Deadline For New Manufacturing Volume Reporting Requirements

Comments cite requests for delayed or phased implementation, question how data will be used, and ask whether current reporting avenues could be used to gather similar information, among other concerns.

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Reshoring Debate Continues As COVID-19 Drives New Wave Of US Drug Shortages

As the response to another wave of COVID-19 infections continues, fill rates of critical medicines such as methylprednisolone are dropping. But experts say the answer is not to concentrate manufacturing in US facilities, which could lead to further risks if US supply is disrupted.

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US FDA Drafts Guidance Advising Holistic Approach To Further Control Particulates

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