EMA establishes new quality innovation expert group

The new group will support ”innovative approaches” within the development, manufacturing, and quality control of drugs.

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the European Medicines Agency, EMA, has established a new expert group to ”to support innovative approaches for the development, manufacture, and quality control of medicines for the benefit of patients in the European Union,” the agency writes on its website.

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