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Mutual Recognition's Next Evolution May Be Sharing Info On India And China Inspections

Executive Summary

Now that US FDA has approved the final EU authority, mutual recognition efforts could expand and deepen. Former FDA chief counsel Rebecca Wood discusses the future of approval standards harmonization in Pink Sheet interview.


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