World: Regulatory Agencies Attend WHO Seminar

Posted 21 May 2012 | By Ansis Helmanis 

Numerous regulatory agencies met on 18 May in Geneva, Switzerland to discuss whether it is possible to find new ways to allow their drug regulatory bodies to cooperate.

The meeting, an international seminar hosted by the World Health Organization (WHO), included representatives from Australia, Argentina, Brazil, France, India, Portugal, South Africa, the United States and the UK. A total of 30 regulatory agencies attended the meeting.

The meeting coincided with the WHO's 65th World Health Assembly.

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WHO - "Is it possible to identify a form of cooperation common to drug regulatory agencies of countries?"

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