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Migration safe pharmaceutical labels improve patient safety

Labels play an invaluable role on pharmaceutical packages. Pharmaceutical companies should only use labels that meet low-leachability and extraction requirements. Labels that are not migration safe, e.g. create leachable chemical compounds, may fail testing and result in significant launch delays or costly recalls. This white paper presents how pharmaceutical companies can ensure that the final label constructions achieve their business, regulatory and patient safety goals.
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