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Gary Callahan – Pharmaceutical Consulting Services, LLC to Conduct Training for the Center for Disease Control

Gary Callahan and Pharmaceutical Consulting Services, LLC, in conjunction with the Center for Professional Advancement will present a two-day training course at the Center for Disease Control & Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia in October, 2008.

The course, “Writing SOPs for cGMP Compliance” was created by Gary Callahan in 1990 and has been offered world-wide since then. Most of the world’s major pharmaceutical companies have utilized this course for a better understanding of procedures required by the FDA’s GMPs. “Procedures are the key to GMP compliance, and this course is the key to well written procedures,” says Callahan.

“Writing SOPs for cGMP Compliance” is offered by the Center for Professional Advancement in Public and Client Site presentations. It was the first seminar to be offered on the subject and helped to set the standard for design, content, and control of standard operating procedures. Mr. Callahan “wrote the book” on writing procedure and has continuously updated its content to include Dietary Supplement Regulations as well. The next public offering is scheduled for May 18, 19, 2009 in San Francisco, California.

In addition, Mr. Callahan offers another seminar, “Dietary Supplement GMPs that Work for You!” which is offered through Pharmaceutical Consulting Services, LLC. This seminar is scheduled for March 3, 2009.

For more information on these courses, contact Gary Callahan, Pharmaceutical Consulting Services, LLC, 909-622-1415 or go to

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