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This FAQs section details frequently asked questions about the ICH M7 guidelines. For FAQs on Lhasa products, please refer to the relevant product area.
What are the ICH M7 guidelines?
The ICH M7 guidelines are for the assessment and control of DNA reactive (mutagenic) impurities in pharmaceuticals and they provide a practical framework that can be applied to the identification, categorization, qualification and control of mutagenic impurities to limit potential carcinogenic risk. This framework is summarised in Figure 1 of our ICH M7 brochure, with appropriate classes summarised in Table 1.