Even before the Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA) was passed last November I began to study Title II, the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA). But as soon as it was passed, I began to devote all of my spare time to that study. The DSCSA text is much more complicated than any previous U.S. drug pedigree law and so, to really understand it, I’ve read it through many times, concentrating on different parts at different times. I wanted to understand the law as well as I had come to understand the California pedigree law, the one that previously was the most complex.
It has taken this long, but I can now say that I have cracked it. Continue reading The Drug Supply Chain Security Act Explained
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