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    RAPS Publishes 10th Edition of Fundamentals of US Regulatory Affairs, Plus Sector-Specific Books on Medical Devices, Biopharmaceuticals

    RAPS has published the updated, 10th edition of Fundamentals of US Regulatory Affairs , the most extensive reference available on regulatory affairs for pharmaceuticals, medical devices, biologics and other healthcare products intended for the US market. The book is an essential reference for anyone responsible for products that must comply with regulations from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and other relevant US agencies. The first edition of US ...
  • China: New Labeling Requirements for Imported Devices

    Chinese authorities have announced that as of 1 April 2013, all text appearing on the outside labeling and packaging of imported medical devices must be in Chinese, according to a notice issued to provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities by China's State Food and Drug Administration (SFDA) on 24 September. The Chinese text version can be "attached" to the foreign language, though it is unclear what forms will be permitted. Any devices not in compliance with the r...
  • Agency Releases Rationale Behind Withdrawal of Avastin's Breast Cancer Indication

    The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released on 27 February the text of their final decision on their withdrawal of Avastin's (bevacizumab) breast cancer indication . FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg's 69-page decision is meant to be an explanation of FDA's application of the law and relevant regulations in its decision to withdraw approval for Avastin's breast cancer indication. Avastin is still marketed for several other indications. The action followed a pu...