RE: Why? Here's Why
>If your in-house systems are supporting the production of a regulatedI work in an interesting environment. We are a research and development lab doing wonderful things with genes. We are developing tests that may someday find a cure for cancer, especially breast cancer and prostate cancer. We are also looking for treatments for diabetes and obesity.
>product (FDA?) you may eventually get some governmental help with your
>nagging, for better or worse :-)
Our goal is to be 21 CFR Part 11 compliant by December 2004. Yes, the government nagging is coming...
Washington State Coordinator, Tombstone Project
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