Drug Surveillance: International Cooperation Past, Present and Futureby Z. Bankowski, J.F. Dunne
Pub. Date: 12/28/1994
Publisher: World Health Organization
Records the proceedings of an international conference convened to consider mechanisms for improving international cooperation in the surveillance of drug safety and the reporting of adverse reactions. Attended by close to 200 representatives of regulatory authorities and the pharmaceutical industry as well as clinical pharmacologists, the conference aimed to identify the strengths and weaknesses of existing mechanisms for international cooperation and to propose improvements for the future.
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