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Can the Combination of Creative Destruction and 'Steve Jobs' Traits' Lead to a Pharma QbD Spring?

3:56 AM MDT | April 17, 2012 | Girish Malhotra

The answer to the question of whether there could be a revolution to bring about Quality by Design (QbD) in pharmaceutical manufacturing, unequivocally, is yes. But we need some outsiders who can conspire with the insiders to be the flag bearers within pharma companies. Outsiders can be the counsels/co-conspirators to the insiders for the coup-d’état. Chemists and chemical engineers associated within the industry need to review what is happening in their process development, commercialization and manufacturing practices. They need to pick one process...

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