Adverse Event Collection Expected To Be In Force By Christmas 2007
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Firms that make, pack or distribute dietary supplements and over-the-counter drugs approved under monographs will likely have to be in compliance with a new adverse event reporting law by late December 2007
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