The Effects of Drug Regulation: A Systematic Analysis
Although almost all the countries of Europe, during the present century, have introduced regulatory systems to ensure that new drug and drug products entering the market are efficacious and safe, and manufactured and sold in a responsible fashion, the nature and extent of experience vary quite widely. Some are liberal, others extraordinarily restrictive; a few have operated for decades, whilst others are still in their infancy.
KeywordsDrug Control Internal Parameter Drug Regulation Regulatory Practice Sufficient Justification
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