Ireland Embarks On New Stage Of Drug Verification System
Parallel Traded Products To Lead The Way
The bedding-in period is ending for Europe’s one-year-old system for preventing the circulation of fake medicines, and the scheme is gearing up for a more fully operational stage.
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Ireland’s regulator has asked drug manufacturers, pharmacists and wholesalers to ensure they are uploading the correct data and scanning the right products in order to reduce errors being flagged up in the medicines verification system that came into operation in February. It has just extended the bedding-in period for the new system for a second time.
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