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Dirk…it is a rare day indeed when I beat you to topical and insightful news!
I do think that the question of "what's next" for PDMA ties very nicely into your previous post "What are Pedigree Laws Trying to Accomplish…".
As you and I (and others) have always said, something like pedigree is a means to an end. So, the same question can be asked about PDMA. Exactly what end result should this target vis-a-vis other efforts of the FDA, Congress and the like? Back in '87/'88, this was virtually the only game in town when it came to track and trace.
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