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January 10, 2020

West Educational Series: The Impact of Yesterday’s Packaging on Today’s Drugs and Tomorrow’s Applications

Containment/delivery systems for sensitive biologic drugs must provide the chemical, physical, and performance properties required to ensure product quality through shelf life. Further, they must be compatible with fill/finish operations, and enable functional performance during administration. Legacy rubber components may no longer meet the increasing technical and regulatory requirements of current and future biologic drug products.
Bjoern Henze

Bjoern Henze, Ph.D.

Manager, TCS, Commercial EU

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