EU SCOPE Project Will Harmonize Pharmacovigilance, Benefit Industry
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
The EU SCOPE pharmacovigilance project will harmonize practices across the 28 member states, thereby cutting the administrative and cost burden for pharmaceutical manufacturers.
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