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Is Continuous Processing in Pharma's Future?

2:35 PM MDT | August 7, 2012 | Girish Malhotra

The answer to the question is: It depends. This are not the answer one would expect from anyone who is a proponent of continuous processing. Indeed, “it depends” needs further explanation. I describe pharmaceutical manufacturing processes as follows:               API (drug) + Formulation processing/packaging = Dispensable drug dose   We all know that each component and the resulting product must—must—meet the established performance and quality standards. Annual volume...

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