Information Deluge Headed US FDA’s Way When Cosmetics Registration Portal Opens
In comments on FDA draft guidance released in August, industry members raise questions about the agency’s capacity to deal with an anticipated flood of facility registrations and product listings. Confidentiality and international trade also figure among concerns.
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