Good Manufacturing Practices for Pharmaceuticals

ISBN: 0824704258

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Posted on 2007-07-08, updated at 2008-01-02. By anonymous.

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Good Manufacturing Practices for Pharmaceuticals

ISBN: 0824797701
Title: Good Manufacturing Practices for Pharmaceuticals: A Plan for Total Quality Control (Drugs and the Pharmaceutical Sciences Series, Vol 78) - 4th Rev edition (September 12, 1996)
Author: Sidney H. Willig James R. Stoker
Publisher: Marcel Dekker
Publication Date: 1996-09-12
Number Of Pages: 496

From the Preface
The audience for this book is broader than just those involved in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals. This is an invaluable resource for private and independent inspection personnel, local and state inspection agencies, and quality assurance organizations contracted by distributors, and reflects the growing role of pharmacists acting as employees, or independently, in some aspect of quality control.
With these caveats in place, the efforts, responsibilities, and commitments of governmental authorities and private industry will continue to focus on maintaining CGMPs for pharmaceuticals.

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