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3rd Annual Pre-Filled Syringes Summit

24 Sep 2013 - 26 Sep 2013 - Washington DC, USA



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Get clarity on regulations and learn to develop safer, more robust pre-filled syringes…
The market for pre-filled syringes continues to grow healthily, but why is the field still held back by the same issues year after year? Component quality still isn’t consistent; package integrity is still proving tough to test robustly enough. Regulations on human factors and combination products are as unclear as ever.

The 3rd Annual Pre-Filled Syringes Summit, will bring together leaders from all areas of pre-filled syringe development, manufacturing and regulation. Together we will share and discuss ideas to help overcome the problems holding back progress. So join us to help uncover and develop practical, near term, solutions to solve themNOW.

With an agenda put together with the help of thought leaders from the FDA,Genentech, Pfizer, Amgen, Eli Lilly, Baxter, Sanofi, Novartis, Janssen,Hospira, GlaxoSmithKline and many more, the 3rd Annual Pre-filled Syringes Summit will dig deeper than any other meeting. You will leave with immediately actionable solutions to help get your pre-filled syringe projects moving in the right direction. Whether you need clarity on regulations, or want an opportunity to network and discuss the problems you currently face, The 3rd Annual Pre-Filled Syringes Summit is the only North American meeting this year that can truly deliver.


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