// June 23, 2022
Learn how medicine quality affects antimicrobial resistance and the medicines supply chain
// June 22, 2022
Impurities are any components that are not active ingredients or excipients, and that can compromise quality in a drug substance or product. Pharmaceutical impurities can be classified as organic or inorganic and include residual solvents. The presence of impurities results from manufacturing and degradation processes.
// June 07, 2022
This spring, long-time USP volunteer Dennis Gorecki, Ph.D., became the latest recipient of USP’s signature Beal Award for outstanding contributions to public health while serving as a USP volunteer.
// May 24, 2022
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one of the top global health threats. USP's latest analysis shows both an increased risk of shortages for some types of antimicrobials and the geographic concentration of facilities with active Drug Master Files (DMFs) for antimicrobials.