Need to know exactly what a term means? This new dictionary provides both regulators and the regulated community with a comprehensive resource for referencing more than 4,000 terms used in the Food and Drug laws and regulations. Drawn from the official legal text, this dictionary includes terms from 19 major legal documents, including the Code of Federal Regulations (CFRs) Title 21, all nine volumes, and Title 7, Parts 300-399; Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act with amendments; Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act of 1997 with amendments; Medical Device User Fee and Modernization Act of 2002; Medical Device Amendments of 1976; Controlled Substances Act; Federal Anti-Tampering Act; Public Health Service Act; and Federal Meat Inspections Act. The Food and Drug Dictionary also provides citations for every term, directing you to the specific part of the Code of Federal Regulations where the definition is located and to United States Code (USC) cites from public laws. Because this dictionary includes multiple definitions for the same term, it makes an ideal resource for practicing science and regulatory professionals who need to know exact legal and regulatory definitions to ensure compliance.