The regulatory submissions process is a long and arduous one, requiring that every last aspect of the trials, experiments and tests have been seen to. Getting to the end of all of the processes successfully is only the beginning of the end. There is much that can go wrong during the first phase that can derail the approval process. Getting the information to the FDA, then demonstrating that all of the proper protocols have been followed, and ensuring that GCP were adhered to is the next hill to climb.
Utilizing an outside company that is proficient with regulatory guidelines, a GCP audit and regulatory submissions increases the chances of a smooth approval process. A GCP consulting company has specialists trained in inspecting facilities for all aspects of a GCP audit and more. A GCP consultant is sent in to assess the operation, working to find weaknesses in the process that violate regulatory guidelines.
When the regulatory submissions process does go wrong, and it is not obvious where the problem came from, hiring an outside GMP consultant is the best solution. The consultant works to find the problem to be fixed for re-submission.
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