US FDA Recognizes Eight EU Authorities, Triggers Mutual Recognition Provisions
US FDA recognizes the drug regulatory authorities for eight of the European Union's 28 member states by a Nov. 1 deadline, triggering key provisions of the landmark mutual recognition agreement.
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