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2nd Annual Quality Assurance in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Conference

20 May 2013 - 21 May 2013 - Alexandria, VA, USA



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Within Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology manufacturing operations, maintaining a rigorous level of quality assurance is of the utmost importance. Outside of the strenuous and ever increasing FDA and international regulatory standards, there is also the need to maintain the highest possible level of product quality. As corporations work to adapt to complex products, along with ever evolving regulatory guidance, learning from other organizations that have successfully grappled with these issues is of the utmost importance. This program will provide the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries an open forum for discussion and debate amongst leading organizations on how to maintain the highest level of quality within manufacturing facilities.




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