Seminar on new EU Medicines legislation

October 11, 2005

Brussels, 10 Oct 2005

A seminar on the new EU Medicines legislation, entitled 'Are you prepared for the new EU Medicines legislation?', will take place in London, UK, on 29 November.

Organised by the BioIndustry Association, the seminar will give an overview of the revisions to the pharmaceutical legislation, with confirmed speakers from both the EMEA and the MHRA, as well as its implementation. Company representatives will discuss the new processes, including risk management and pharmacovigilance.

The aim of this seminar is to prepare the sector for the new requirements and processes to be implemented by November 2005, and to raise awareness of further upcoming activities.

For further information, please visit:
https://www.bioindustry.org/cgi-bin/events.pl?CD=41213

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