Precautionary Principles

Corneliussen, Filippa
May 2006
European Pharmaceutical Executive;May/Jun2006, p58
The article focuses on need for the biopharmaceutical industry to examine the oversight framework to regulate biomedical research and development activities in the private sector and to address how these laws and regulations affecting individual companies differ depending on the specific research being conducted and on the country where the company is located. The industry also need to provide details of the structures and processes that biomedical companies have put in place to implement the various laws and regulations relating to biomedical research and development activities in the private sector.


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