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Brazil: ANVISA Publishes 2012 Regulatory Priorities

Posted 16 April 2012 | By Ansis Helmanis

The 2012 Regulatory Agenda of the National Agency of Sanitary Surveillance (ANVISA) was published on 12 April in the Official Gazette (DOU) and includes the expansion of the national product surveillance system (Vigipós), as well as the publication of health guidelines for the transport of human biological material. 

The priorities are grouped according to the agency's scope of regulatory authority: food, health administrative control, cosmetics, analytical laboratories, medicines, ports, airports, borders and customs facilities, health products, blood, tissues and organs, services health, tobacco, and toxicology.


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ANVISA Regulatory Agenda - 2012

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