FDA RULES FOR RFID AIMED AT FAKE DRUGS

WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration here last week released a Compliance Policy Guide for RFID (radio frequency identification) intended to encourage retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers of pharmaceuticals to become early adopters of RFID technology as a way to prevent the counterfeiting of drug products.The Compliance Policy Guide, intended for "Radio Frequency Identification Feasibility

WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration here last week released a Compliance Policy Guide for RFID (radio frequency identification) intended to encourage retailers, wholesalers and manufacturers of pharmaceuticals to become early adopters of RFID technology as a way to prevent the counterfeiting of drug products.

The Compliance Policy Guide, intended for "Radio Frequency Identification Feasibility Studies and Pilot Programs for Drugs," listed the parameters under which RFID pil

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