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posted by Ohlbe – France, 2016-07-04 13:04 (2875 d 02:27 ago) – Posting: # 16465
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Dear all,

Next on the list: Quest Life Sciences.

"The MHRA inspectors identified a large number of issues which indicated that there were very serious concerns with many aspects of the company's quality system," the MHRA spokesman said, adding the problems cast "serious doubt on the integrity of any data produced."

The same site had received a Notice of concern from the WHO last year. The usual routine: 67 % of the ECGs were duplicate from each others, and the WHO inspector caught them red-handed making up documents during the inspection.


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