RAPS is closely monitoring developments in the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. See our public safety page for the latest updates.

The RAPS store will be under maintenance Saturday, 13 June between 6 AM and 12 PM EST. Store functionality may be unavailable at times during this window.
We apologize for any inconvenience caused during this time.

Regulatory Focus™ > News Articles > Perspective: Brazil’s Regulatory Agency 10 Years After: Prospect and Reality

Perspective: Brazil’s Regulatory Agency 10 Years After: Prospect and Reality

Posted 01 February 2010 | By

ANVISA,1 the Brazilian National Health Surveillance Agency,2 was founded 10 years ago with the challenging task of modernizing the regulatory system for drugs, food, medical devices and related services and products manufactured, imported, exported, distributed and marketed in Brazil. This landmark in Brazil's regulatory system had the active involvement and support of RAPS, which together with the Brazilian Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (ABPVS) organized meetings and seminars to promote discussion of important themes related to regulatory affairs and helped to shape the Brazilian agency.

Regulatory Focus newsletters

All the biggest regulatory news and happenings.

Subscribe