Research identifies Europe's regulatory problems

25 September 2014 - Deborah Wilkes


The European Union's regulatory system for medicines could be used in a "more efficient and effective manner", according to research carried out by Escher, which identifies problems with pharmacovigilance as well as the mutual recognition and decentralised authorisation procedures.

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