ICH Enhances Regulators’ Roles While Preserving Industry Access
This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet
The International Conference on Harmonization strengthens the hand of regulatory authorities in consensus-based discussions with industry, while applauding the growing role of non-ICH authorities in its expert working groups.
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