SRA's number for the day: 70,150
This article was originally published in SRA
During 2012, an average of 70,150 expedited adverse reaction reports for approved drugs were received and processed per month in the EU's EudraVigilance database and subsequently made available for signal detection and data analysis by the European Medicines Agency and member state medicines regulatory authorities1,2.
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