BioPhorum’s Post-Approval Strategy Team has produced a poster titled What is changing in China CMC Regulatory? It refers to a wide range of changes in areas such as pharmacopeia, e.g., more convergent monographs in CHP 2020 than any other version of the Chinese Pharmacopeia. It also talks about changes in submissions, including excipients and primary packaging materials need to be registered on the Chinese Drug Master File platform before use in products. It can be used by BioPhorum member organizations, displayed in a CMC regulatory office, used at CMC meetings, and shared with colleagues outside the regulatory function.
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