FDA’s Hamburg Says EMA Could Be Model For Global Regulatory Coalition
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
Outgoing commissioner urges authorities to move away “from an outdated paradigm of only working in our own jurisdiction” in speech at European Medicines Agency’s 20th anniversary meeting.
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