Egypt's health ministry appoints new pharmacy and pharmaceutical products sector assistant
This article was originally published in SRA
Professor Aiman El-Khatib has been appointed minister of health assistant for the pharmacy and pharmaceutical products sector of the Egyptian Ministry of Health, with effect from 1 June. Professor El-Khatib was previously a professor of pharmacology and toxicology at Cairo University's Faculty of Pharmacy, and was a member of the Pharmacology Committee at the Central Administration of Pharmaceutical Affairs. He replaces Professor Kamal Sabra.
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