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Webinar PACMPS for LATAM

Webinar PACMPS for LATAM

BioPhorum was asked to step in and bring its global collaboration experience to the table in order to pave the way for regulatory harmonization and see greatly shorter timescales for post-approval changes. The webinar communicates post-approval change management protocols for LATAM. Experts in the industry present the principles, process, case studies, and benefits to agencies and patients.The presentation is given in Spanish, slides are...

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Industry feedback on ICH harmonized guideline: Continuous manufacturing of drug substances and drug products Q13 draft version

Industry feedback on ICH harmonized guideline: Continuous manufacturing of drug substances and drug products Q13 draft version

A comprehensive response to ICH Continuous manufacturing of drug substances and drug products Q13 draft version. The BioPhorum team overall think the draft reads well and believes the concepts and ideas are aligned with BioPhorum thinking on continuous manufacturing for biologic drug substance and drug product.

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Industry feedback on USP bioreactivity draft monographs

Industry feedback on USP bioreactivity draft monographs

This BioPhorum paper contains feedback on the USP bioreactivity monographs to plastics used for manufacturing, and the use of resources. It also comments on the potential in vitro tests that should be included, the removal of the implantation test and safety, the removal of Class I to VI, and the topics for omission or inclusion into the <1031> chapter outline. The expert feedback provided in these documents aims to support the USP and, ultimately, produce documents that improve patient safety – but with adequate use of finite analytical resources, which would not be the case with divergent expectations.

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Industry feedback on the bacterial endotoxin test (BET)

Industry feedback on the bacterial endotoxin test (BET)

This paper contains feedback on the USP document Bacterial Endotoxin Test (BET): A USP Comparability Study of Recombinant Reagents (Recombinant Factor C and Recombinant Cascade) to Lysate Reagents (LAL). The paper comments on issues such as the feasibility of testing the recommended matrix using four different recombinant reagents and four different lysate reagents, and that water post-deionization (low-purity) but before distillation/ultra-filtration (high-purity) is not representative of samples typically tested for bacterial endotoxins. It also questions whether industry will be able to provide known contaminated samples as these would be difficult to obtain and then compare.

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BioPhorum approach to the registration of innovative raw materials using quality by design (QbD) principles

BioPhorum approach to the registration of innovative raw materials using quality by design (QbD) principles

BioPhorum has defined a best practice approach to the registration of innovative and complex raw materials. The approach is based on quality by design(QBD) principles. It is applicable to different families of non-compendial raw materials in the manufacture of biologics. The approach has already been used by BioPhorum member organizations and accepted by national health authorities.

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Industry feedback on ICH Q12: implementation considerations for FDA-regulated products

Industry feedback on ICH Q12: implementation considerations for FDA-regulated products

The aim of ICH Q12 is clearly stated as a framework to facilitate the management of post-approval CMC changes. This document in the industry response to an agency consultation on draft guidance on ICH Q12. The biopharmaceutical industry through these comments commends the agency on leading the way to the implementation of ICH Q12. The BioPhorum comments are heavily influenced by the principle of simplification, which is why our views sometimes differ from the draft guideline.

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Regulatory: Feedback to DMKA questions to critical GXP augmented intelligence

Regulatory: Feedback to DMKA questions to critical GXP augmented intelligence

BioPhorum response to work being conducted by The Danish Medicines Agency (DKMA) to define criteria for the application of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) across GxP-regulated areas. The questions  asked by the agency considered the requirements and quality of data used to build, test and validate an algorithm, and how it would respond to biases and deviations in results.

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An industry reflection on the application of the Russian Pharmacopeia to the registration of biologics

An industry reflection on the application of the Russian Pharmacopeia to the registration of biologics

In this paper, a BioPhorum member team of experts in biologics and vaccines have summarized the current challenges linked to the registration of global products in Russian Federation. This paper describes some of the challenges faced by the industry in relation to current pharmacopoeial requirements for biologics and vaccines and presents a framework of options and activities that would lead to greater alignment with the ICH and the expectations of other regulatory agencies.

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BioPhorum deliverables mid-year report 2021

BioPhorum deliverables mid-year report 2021

BioPhorum is here to help you make better decisions, faster in your operations. Membership puts you and your team at the center of current debates and helps you to stand shoulder to shoulder with those moving the performance dial on challenges that need a collective voice and a global perspective to resolve. The BioPhorum Deliverables Report is a consolidation of the benchmarks, position papers, guidance documents, assessment tools, industry...

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Secondary Packaging: Electronic product information

Secondary Packaging: Electronic product information

BioPhorum has created a structure and approach to respond to the challenge of developing ePI solutions that add value to patients and healthcare providers alike highlighting the benefits and challenges of the broad range of factors surrounding the design and implementation of ePI, supporting the objective of finding a solution that can be implemented globally . The packaging perspective on ePI is simple: agree on an ePI format, and packaging functions can agree on how to apply it to product packaging. This paper looks at the opportunities and challenges and recommends the adoption and use of GS1 standards and recommendations both to meet supply chain and point of care needs and as a way to harmonize implementation of regulatory requirements.

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